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Title: Pensacola gazette and Florida advertiser
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Physical Description: 3 v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 50 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Hunt & Tardiff
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: August 26, 1828
Publication Date: 1828-1830
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 5, no. 1 (Mar. 21, 1828)-v. 7, no. 28 (Sept. 18, 1830).
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Sept. 18, 1830.
General Note: Editors: W. Hasell Hunt, 1828-1829; A. Gordon, <1829>.
General Note: Publishers: W. Hunt, 1829; s.n. for the prop., 1829-1830.
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-' 'J.I\--. (PrinC ).*, ;:Ao.n! ) PKNSACOiA, TUESDAY: AUGUST 26th, 1828. (Opea to all partis : in utCedbynone.) No.: 24.

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1'Ofif.ISlir.O WEKKLY. BY I i so reserved to thc United States.shull <: htl1d&d which have hem reserved for by, revived and continued in full force j but on tHiS occasion he .was particularly

: be sold for 1 less than two dollars j; the use of tho United States, as a- & effect for and dung.the term of six 'i urgent that they should return
1-r: !1-7 &. T ., !tDlrl', not
f-om and after the passing of this with him after the funeral
and acre. TliH said ternatc Sections! in the grants hithor-I! : years to par'take
j.b'i: rs ., /K '", : svfF Uii! /l Stales iifry cents per I made HP which be made dn- [ act&from thence- unto II the end of the : of a meal at his table. They
to may
l.uid 1 hereby; granted to the State of I
r.1 .;tlhe 'ltuiQr.o/ tjJ1'iiria.7'EILIIS. I Ohio, to be subject to the; disposal of ring tho present scission of Congress, \ next session of Congress- : Provided, were ill disposed to do this, both on
,
I the Legislature of Slate, 'I Ie i; of lands; within the said Stale, for i ii i That any evidencewhich has been : account of their recollection of. the

OUR DOLLARS. praianm in ad\incr ; jfmmeijt aforesaid: \ail.M.d no other : !i roads and canals ; And provided, t ti taken to support any claim of any I treatment of ,his wife, his uniform
i in :"!... } i iv uoutn.I'lVl": purpose I person disabled in the Revolutionary hostility to the.hi and the
h! M.L.AKSvll e be I!niuir.tl.a !j Provided, That said Canal, when | I the Governor of said State, be reported vvj'r, under the authority ofthe act of circumstauces of the wife's
; shall be aad forever
mi.ntod re- [
ir:: Advrtiwin-i.t' iiirt f'i iri'i::v"Uotiit i. ] ,
: I the Office of the Register I fifteenth May, one thousand eight : death. lie continued to urge them
ON-; 001.1.\it tor <*ver' j'lu''en J.--; !I ir.aiti a public! highway! for the use.til"f ,; to
'-'r :Io. fir?:: lI.sl'n.III11"' K It-TV CK.\.*? ;: the Govuiumen: of 1w linked States, !: tfthe District in '.vlfirh the land lies, I hundred! and twenty, reviving and : to return to his house and partake tho.

jr -i !b <' ):.:in': I1"..- -'oujr uuea lit prou"riJU. j i I Ifrcp and lands shall bo deeimid to he continuing in force fur one year "An entertainment. with so much oarneatr ,
i fr >m toll or other chi't no
'my ;
ALL KINDS OF j jf ; whatevt! r ior of thu selected, until such report be made, act to. provide for persons who were ness, that after resistng; for a long
any property
':), ,,-p'1)I '!\ :' PTS'frfl i, United: Sues or in their I II and the lands .so selected shall be : disabled hy known wounds, received I I while they found that they could ro-
..... persons ,
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f } ; J X-, -* V i the United !Slates: to the in the Revolutionary war, shall be fuse no longer. The meal was placed
service ,' through i the same granted by
':H.\F' LI.Y KEC.t."...I AN'.!) NEAFLV EXkr.rnfI :- 1 j p :!' ing : I! State of Ohio.Sec. received and acred upon by the Secretary before them, at which a dish of baked
Ar 'HI* ''OA/r.T TL"OFFICE, AT ] A'J r' y.-/f/, also, That the extenf .
I And be further enacted of War, in the same manneras bean was abundantly served!, and -of
'rut'- LO\VCT 1'UICL.S rHAT All- CIIAI.ftEll: >.': f s ; 1 .\I iznJ canal shall he 7. ,

AT ANY OK>'IC 1:: iV Tlia SOUnii.llN: 1'Ali.jOK ... . .. ".'.$ W"lH1. five years, 'aaitl 11 That this act shall take effect, provitled :.iI if said act was still in force, and which they were urged to partakQIiberaJly.

_fl"'_Ciurs _UNU_ -: ..-....._____ t,... ., .. Il -. .;.;: '. -L .; v.iiiii;: twenty years, oruo I:I the Legislature of Ohio, at the I had not expired; : And provided aho, Much time had not elapsed
: That this and contained after the meal before i individual
I session thereof hereafter act, any thing every
l-- Ijnild 'Jiul. ; ._'Vi :LJt be hound to pay tui frt to commence :.
uf : in the revived and of the taken sick
act was
somo
shall the assent of the hereby continued party ,
the ....i"IjiliC: the amount of express j
.
.. .._. any
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not were so violently
State tho several I provisions: and j ,
1ik ALT'J'fIGEIi'Y. la'ij-- ,;: -:ir. !5y! sold! ; and ih it the to ; ::
conditions hereof and uiilcss; such i I to repeal) or make void the fourth lives were dispaired of. These very
,, ... : :tM: p'-nh I iserik: under the State, ;
tI
...,"'- ',"': ... ". I. .:I _.I' of assent l be mule (this section o1 1"an act entitled IAn act suspicious circumstances determinedthe
',' t--;. ," -'a'I', .''' .. /. of........-- -."' .'\ I "III beIid.; expression ,
""Jfj ".,'. t';'!'1: .f "" ''t I shill! he wholly inoperative exSI \, concerning: invalid pensions passed neighbours to have the man ar-
.' -: ...'. .. Se( 2. And be furrtcr enacted act (
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the third of March thousand rested and this done
I one was
accordingly
;"oo. '..: far authori *.. t 1.:- -
as to ; ; oj
That the cVpt )
nfIid ;
;
;:: : .. : so soon as route : canal -
:
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.:: '. .. hundred nud nineteen and the The bouse searched and
: I. eight was
: > a
...J...{ ... .; _I '.... 1' .,:}'r'L.. i iPuntcNo. shall: he !located, aiio a;;ioed) onby j %'t': ,or of Ohio to proceed: in CttUtg j I ; quan.
: '. I : said fourth section of the said last arsenic found of which
mentioned tity was
". ..1).1"fI: said Sia:t:, it shall be the d ity of ; selections! ofsiid; land; to he tu.iJe, j ,
3. '. .. -: to tin; said next session of act shall be, and the same is it was afterwards ascertained that ha
f- previous ,
ihu Governor thereof: or such other
: _.. '--d. IrJ.! i .....;" : .1 the Legislature. i hereby declared to be, and to continue baa bought a Considerable ijtSantity
T,( hiP.1 ..I 'I.V or as P.avo: been I
\ ,
> person [persons may
... :. Sec. 8. And be if further {p-nacted 1 to be, in full force and effect ; anything of an apothecary a short time befoco
or shall! }her! :lrler Ix1, authot.t.od (II> !
in thin said act, hereby revived the death of his wife. Another cOrroborating -
Tint each head of .tO\"
[ : 69.] superintend the construction of sid: a family, W I
and continued in forceto the contrary circumstance that the
canal examine and ascertain the I or single! nt-m over the age of't\vell-I
_\fl act to uutlion/.c the helrr.iinn. ofp.ils I to .
!", forthe bc-neiit ur:, Svri urtrv of particular lands to which the said ty one vears, actually sjotlled on that I I notwt!aslantl ing. accused. .. had- on -the day.on which, .. his

.firn'.njj: ; in Uie State ot Akujiua, in01 Stale will be entitled und T the! part; of the Territory Arkansas, Sec. 2. And be further enacted, wile died, carried to her while at
provisions
:
HI other lands heretofore That fho right has or work in the field a glass of liquoranact
?: lie.h.c of this act aJ the same; which by the first article of the treaty ] any person ,
,
I report;
\e'I. hereafter acquire, to receive a of courtesy which such were tho
United may
I between the States and )
of the 1 of
the I
to '
Secretary Treasury
ice it enacted by the Senate alld : the Tlihed tim Cherokee iansVest of the :pension in virtue of any law of the terms on which they had lived, it

1[',!(Sf of lirnrcseitlatipcsofthe j Uuit..d : tates.l ratified the third United States, shall be construed to was quite out of his custom to proffer*
Sec. And be Mississippi, twenty
tffutcs of America, in Congress l. That 1110 3. State of itfurlk'cr&iactctl Ohio under tlu-, day of .Mav] one thousand ht bunv commence at the time of completing :;-..The, man was placed in custody,

assrmbied, Tint the Trustees of therirversiu 4 v lis i testimony to 'tlie act and preparations were made for his -
!!i authority of f the L'-jr:...lature thcivof: died and tWt'1)!. : : 1 has ff-isec* to pursuant
,
; the State of Alabama j.
of ;hereby revived and continued in (rial. The physician who attended
of said shiH{! i
I I I after ;he selection;hi:;i 11 1 h-.xt' I heeis) M- )> he a part TerrihJrY110
be, and :h'y are Iwrch.uthorized. t force. he deceased was satisfied that the
I from such settlement accord-
wade aforesaid! shail h'. remove
t, :u s'irrcii'UT! the }patents issued for as ; vu poxverlo to the: provisions. of that S-e. 3. And be further enacted, death was from poison, and would
jug treaty,
sell and thin Nvlioh*
section twelve, the North-east I convey OJ' anypart I of his evidence that effect.
quarter aha!! be authorized to enter with tlat'pnH'r That thy aconts for the payment give to -
of'the said bud: ], and uivc ;a litle t I I
;r of section sevvnteen, the Nuriiira.t 4, ) Register of the Land OlVice pensions:: : to invalid pensioners; of the Public opinion was greatly excited
in fcr simple therefor to the } I
quarter III' section! : .u-nty eight! juirdv-: j Arkansas not United States; in future be required to on the subject, and the conviction of
: a quantity exc( I
tud] the Ea..t }half of she' .xoiih-rusf ser thereof.Sec. ed-I anticipated ....
: tjive bonds with two or the individual 'vas confidently
j: sections of land mpre.sureiies I
4. And be it further exacts/ if.j; iwo inror' ,
outlier: of I to be approved by the Secretary of at the approaching session
ofthe lands in that Terrij
Tint ihe S:ate of I indiana; [be, andhereby any public -
tour CtVflVest!
Township Ranp'; I rite of \Var in such the court.
: I the sale of which is authorized Department pen- .
I I is: authorized, to convey and I trtry,
: in the HUM- '. ille L'md Dstricr; andtJhelect
faithful
ahv as.ho shall direct for the circurastancerj
relisiquish to the State of Oiiio, 'Iii I )' law, and in conformity: with the v Things being thus d',
alike! in lieu thereof upon '
quantity S'icli terms as be ;agreed hvI lin!.s of I the public! surveys, at any discharge! of the duties confided to the Physician, whose evidence: as
of of the lands of tin m.iy upon! *
; public I.-
suited any States in said Slate andth.t I said Stntes, all the right aiL IIItl:1 est i tiri'.u: within I two years from the I P1st thorn, re1)cctiveiy.Ap we have related, was decided, on diEt

: on such relinqiiishmcni ;forhitf I grautod to the said State of Jndi.nia: : I't sr.ge;:: of this act ; iud! upon presenting ..proved-.4thMiy,38._. u....__ _.__-=-_- ...... point of the death being occasionedby _
f I j the certificate ofsich 1 the! Secrotary -" ----- --- -- ::::rt.pJ'rt -: happened to be on a visit
made the Trustees afoivsaid [ to any lands within: the limits: of the entry: to .. poison

by sslip.ll iSN'io to the'as purchasers, i I State of Ohioby an act, entitled "An of tile Treasury, ;p-itent shall _'.:w( \'( '&b: ...;{\ to the town of B. The circu'mstanooLeiug

paieius 1 settler his --- ------ generally known, Dr. M. wh'owas
he issued to such to ? --- -
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J'rom the United States, of said lands, !j yet to grant a certain qqantirv: of land ; or -
heror their heirs for the lands so ci- a personal friend ot this Physician
cr their assignees i to the State of Indiana, for the })iir- : .
A. STEVENSON pose of aiding said Slate in Ojieuiir'I j tered, as a donation from the United, sought an interview With him
1 States indemnity for the im- and inquired of him if he examine'dthe
J Spea\ir, of tne lio-.sf tf piesentatircs. : canal to connect the waters of Wabiu f as as? *
S.: SMITH, viver with those of Lake Erie," r'rovements and losses of such I sei I tier 1 body internally after death, and

President of the Senate:; !! pro lemporc.Approved j I approved on the second of March, I under the I aforesaid treaty. I II I on being answered in the negative, he

-?4lh .:.j.tY, 1323. one thousand eight hundred and t Sec. 9. And be it further enacted, I placed before him in a strong manner

JOHN QULNCy ADAMS. twenty seven, the State of Ohio to That the Register and Receiver of the situation in which' he would find

hold said land on the same conditions I the Land Office, to which application : f'roml/'i; Massachusetts Yeoman. : himself,when called on before a court

[PtSLIC-N 70.] upon which it was granted to the I may be tiirfde.. to enter such lands, I There's beauty tht Deep" and jury for evidence of his assertionthat
AJ :.c! tOiiutJiorize the Lcgui!: 'ure of the "
shall he authorized take the the death was by poison.
State of Indiana, by the act afore- a proper Conn. Mirror.
: it_u of IiI ROis to st-U and convey a
: j>.s1't ot'xiie land re-siTveil and '"ranted said. I testimony of such actual settle- THE SKY. It was soon decided that a disinter-

I.. said :St.itv: for tljc use of the Ohio Sec 5. And be further enacted, !; rhent' and subsequent removal, as incases : There's beauty in the sky ;- ment and an examination of the body

<\aiIlL'-. That there be, and hereby is, granted! pre-emption heretofore granted Its vault is ofa brighter hue should be immediately made, and Dr.

lie it cnacftd by the Senate andS to the State of Ohio, five hundred to actual settlers for which a rea- Than ocean with its wave of blue ; '1. with another medical friend, accompanied -

llr.it uf Repnsentativcs of the Uni- thousand acres of the lands owned by jonable compensation shall be made And there the stars are thickly set, the first named Physician

.9 tci! Mates of America, in Cdngrcss the United States, within tlte said t 6 such Registers! and Receiver:. by Bright! rainbow's diamonds grand on IS'ighl's and glorious coronet.Tin : (Mrrt.vinip to the place ofthe presumed murder.

::1. assembled. -That- .;. the! Legislature! ofIllinois State, to be selected as hereinafter lie United 5: '.lCg. > lie! an angel on the slurm: The people of the vicinity expressedgreat

.i. _I th. State of ,h:,! !h., and is I Il dirt'l'tld, for the purpose: of aiding Ap1irovcd-24th May, ] 82S And lifts its arch divinely fair, satisfaction at knowing of this
l hereby authorized and (' ),.wered to A type of!oe and mercy there.Tiie.re's .- '
1 the State of 0 hio in tlm of in
payment: [PUBLIC No. 72.] intention, and were eager to assist
t. ':all to be sold! and convryed/iusuch the dt'ht I
I or the interest thereon, An act to roviveand continue in force an in tin the disintcrmerif, assured that it
music sky :-
k i.uiner! and 01 such terms and conditions which has herotofore been, or which act, entitled an ac to provide for persons II It i j not in the thunders crash, would only add confirmation to their

e;. as said LegisI.ituro! shall hy may hereafter be, contracted by said who wore disabled bv known Nor In the lightning's red-winged flaih : belief in the guilt of the accused. The

!.lW direct, such part or pails of the State, in the construction of tho canals wounds, received in the Revolutionary j I These sjeakfroin darknes' & from jjioom body was quickly removed from the
"
: tract of 1.snd reserved and granted to within the undertaken war.Jc. And tell of 1 mill death, and doom. then
under earth. A where
same, question arising
"
/ it enacted by the Senate and But birds nre on the buoyant wing,
c lid Snto for the and
c. use support of the authority of the laws of the said the examination should mke
? ffc'zsp of liepr&entatieesnfthe United With their sot": Jove.n() inurmurrinj- ; I place--
the 5.th1 orks, known by iluj name State, now in force, or that nay hereafter Elates And oft, at midnight. fancy hears for as it had been buried three week
in Congress
. I;liiie Ohio Saint! in the county of oj'.Amc7.'ta, The harmony of rolling spheres.
be enacted, for the extension of no one was willing that it should be
1? _ ';.,U.ttiU! in the said State, and to ap- canals flOW making ; which landwhen assembled" That the act, entitled who! There's ihusic in the sky.There's brought into his dwelling house ;-
An act to provide for
I :.%. the proe&ts of such sale to such persons ;
selected shall be i of the barn first
I disposed by a neighboring was proposed:
wounds!
disabled known .
were by re- quiet hi the sky :
)tJ fI% : jtct a'; tic! ? said Lpjjislature may; Legislature of Ohio, for that purpose ceivcd in the Revolutionary war," Below, let strife and hatred (iw -H- but to this the Physicians: objected

I *;\ law heieaftcr direct : Provided, i and no other ; Provided, The said tho of Unhallowed) rage uiiil.e earth a hell ; account ofthe want of sufficient light.
tenth
passed on day April, one
c. Thai the Legislature shall not sell and} camls, when completed or used, shall thousand hundred and six and Below, "let sin and sotro.w" reign, The Meeting house was then named,
I- more than thirty thousand II eight And turnpon man their seal and s!ain ; '
roa\uy be, and t forever reran in, public highways and thither the bndy w .corried. It
,i.-n.-sof the iud reserved and limited as in said act declared:! to the But O how s'ill yon coudlcts! befJT-
granted for the use of the Government term of sir years, and afterwards revived Their Iiht; forms through the silefct air, was placed or. a table in the centra
for the of the Saline ,
uo aforesaid. ofthe United Stales, free from any arfd coriVrtiund in force for and Oiycrowne.d with evening's glory, real aisle! and the examination commenced -

.A}IJro\'cd-24th May, IS2S. toll or charge wftitever, for any property of six Serenely in the glowing west.There's .- in the presence of the assembled
during the term years, by an .
rS 1 PUBLIC No. of the United States tfr '; quiet in the sky.Massachusetts and multitude who filled the
[ 7L] persons act. entitled II An act to revise and -- eager .
r L An : ct ta ui l the Stale of phio in extend- in their servi epassing along the continue in force An act to provide I ilSO'EiLLAN pews and the galleries. Dr. M. pre

e in; ihe: .Miami Canal from D.iyioa tn.tl same ; And provided further, That disabled : pared to open the abdomen? and tho
:T ;-.. \,' l:ri*-. and to grant a qunu ily of the I for persons who were by I ,.,-_------ ( =
said canals commenced : -- .
who him Vd
already I gentleman accompanied
known wounds received in the Revolutionary ,
! -
l !aid lf> said State, tuTftid in tht' construction ,
Journal.
3A of the Can-its! authorised bylaw ; shall' be completed in sevcVi years war,:.({rid for other purposes 1' om the dertook in the meanwhile, the exam-

_I and fur making donations of lands to from the approval of this act ; otherwise ," passed on the twenty-fifth of Remarkable Case.!; ination-of head. To the former,

citnin 11l'n.m.rklHisas: Territorjr.e the State of Ohio shall stand April, in the year one thousand eight A case deceptive circumstantial I of course,. the attention of all was

/e it f.nactcn by the Senate and bound to pay over to the United States hundred and twelve, and afterwards evidence 1.1lely came to our.. knowledge chiefly directed. The operation of
'
House Representatives of the United the amount which; any? lands, sold by revived and continued in force for than which, we believe, a mo re opening of the head Itoweveradvai';

:e E States of America, in COigrcssc.ssrm'Mrcl her within that time, may have the term of one year, by an act entitled remarkable cannot bf found on recor d. ed more rapidly than that of the abdomen -

That there be, and is hereby brought ; but the validity of the tit An act to revive and continuein I II Our information was communicatedto and the removal of the cranium -

.ol. granted to the Slate of Ohio, for ties derived from the State by such f9rce an act, entitled 'An act tj I us, by one who was personally en- (discovered the surprise of the

the, purpose of aiding: said State in.. sales, shall not be affected by that provide for who were disabledby gaged'in the investigations attending operators and spectators- suffusion

-- extending the Miami Canal from Day- : ilure. known persons wounds J) received in theRevolutionary it.In of blood in th.it organ, aiulalfthe unequivocal -

'on to Lake Erie, by the Maumee'oute Sec. 6. And be it farther enacted, warpassed on the- a country town in the State of I marks of apoplexy, while

a q'lamity of land, equal to ono That the selection of the land granted fifteenth day of May, in the year olie Maine, a few months since the wife the stomach and the other digestive

l li.Jf of five Actions in width, on each by the fifth section'of this act'maybe thousand eight hundred and twenty: of a laboring man, who Jived for a I organs were found to exhibit not tfid

Stlc! of sliJ Canal, between Dayton made under the authority, and by and further revived & continued in long,time on very indifferent! terms I slightest indications of the presence

ddJ tln Maumse river, at the mouth the direction, of the Governor of the force for the term of six years, by aft with I lier, suddenly died. As she of any poisonous; suL-tauce TtyewrprisOj -

Cof tinAu luiRf, so fur as the same State of Ohio, of any lands belong- act entitled An act to revive and was in apparently perfect health on and! probably, in Their exerted

7 Miall be locatrd thn.zh! the public ingto the United States within said coutince in force 'An act to provide I tho day her death, and there had I ?:*;e of mind against the supposed

i.Jiid, and reserving each alternate State, which may at The time of selection for persons who were disabled! by been violent,quarrels between them, criminal. -disappointment of the

:sl c CC1jOti of the laU unsolJ.lo the LVi- be subject to cnry at privatesale known wounds, received in the'Revolutionary the man was regarded with a conside- spccnto35 extreme. The resultof
led l Siatt>, to bt Ifctcti! }hy the Cora- of At the the xs-as however irreSistible -
jf and within two years from the: war," passed on the fourth rable degree suspicion. exumrpamm

llH'.. )*J ncr of the Gencr.il Land Office, approval of this act : Provided, 'fhat day of February, in the year one burial oldie wife, her relations at- in proof that the death was

. .ndf'r thl' tr'c'tofl" of the Presidents in the selection of tho l lands hereby thousand eight hundred and"twontyf -'tended. To these the husband hada1waya o ccasioned by an apoplexy, and not by
I..ifth".: l""..'! .'." : ..'. .
c. ( : aravhkb} land, t, granted, rhi. : -? sfc'ajl.! bo conipre f twc; Iball be, and the ibid actjs here- cherished a great hostility ; poicoti; and the- marSi lif was tared.





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" l '. .. vi'ct sinC' : penses-:i 'man with such whjsliers-! The Engineers were ::1I
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"for it is !scarce-to be doubted that a |' could extricate myself from !mn, superior gcr.i-u ( abnv time, weakness never saw such whiskers in my life- examine three I(" :.1:3, and ctr.d 10
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:: jury would have convicted mm,upon : was surrounded and taken prisoner forth,of with her a he ruird thin tight, I IIw Sir, your vvhiskors are disgraceful I L if ever their report shall h l'UlUursity routt; | 11 .

the evidence of the circumstances I While a prisoner my sufferings were sex-commamb 10 all around they're indecent -tho court won't I they will represent the ni:,!'dI!bone
i sl1ccl at
'.t-: "_ which we have enumerated. |I great. The Indians did not leave out arulIutl obeycrl. Aftcr grant expenses, to a man who wears h embracing irost facilities(
and al]! It.
: r'. It will be asked, how i is the circumstance the settlement for some time, during: of nearly two Hours, such whiskers !-shameful-scandalous. I the ono suggested for cxamibat

:' :it r I;. of the sickness of the wife's i e- w hich they destroyed several ftrnihies.I a arm conflict. '. then salutt'd ."-Now, if excessive whiskers I when the proj'ctVa< first set
on fi
.... htivcs, which was evidently caused was always confined in full view ofthe the enemy bride gavea hear-t-fdt> satisfaction arc a just ground lor the denial of expenses t [f this be ti Lie, it proves that the

:.. ::: ,: !>v the meal which the man irged I horrid scenes that then took ny with fcu"a we should vehemently suspect (gineers have found that it is En.

-.:' ;': them so earnestly to tak ., to be ac- place. The last was the most trying enjoyed by I that cut a canal die easier to
: by a legal
.I. I from mo good argument, I upon same
J You shall hear again.
:ot parallel
_ counted for It is expl\ lined by a singular I scene -6f all : it was an entire destruction remembrance, they might be proved sufficient cau- 1 than one which would at every
Wilh affectionate
fact, of which one or two other of all my father's family. North step
\Ef
old friend ses for the exclusion of evidence.Ou .- I as progress cross a
;. "rnstanccs known have occurred. Between d '-Ight! and sun-rise the Your COUllt .
: are to of
Tht believe altitude and of
Jamison. \'e to a man who is I greater more
:It The beans of which the meat was door of the cabin in which my futhorIived,1 John: is vain enough to cherish'sud: ) a I The interest which was excited spar

principally composed,'had been baked I :>pclll'd, and my mother came From thr New York Daily A,1rer1isr. quantity of hair on his face Is it 1 New: York in favor ol the canalacrest ij>

Ti! :-'" in earthen vessels, and wore allowed out ; in a moment the murderous 7'Jze marring of the Clergy h- it not indicative of a weakness that I Florida is still felt, and it is belieTCj

! ?:;! ; ::: .,_ to grow cold ; thy liad been kept hatchet was struck deep: into her Salized in F'rtflct.V find in a hte should discredit his testimony 1V I that the Florida association would (
\-.t:., longenough to have turned acid in a head, she fell forward without a L another decision of a c at{
Paris I their have
; par} think there grounds hcre.for own expense, caused
are an ( :(-
i The hell-hounds rushed into this
' .1 : slight degree, and when they were groan.
: Trench Court 1bhsJi&g as legal to be made if it had
.. I heard the death shrieks tremeiy powerful legal argument, If, t survey not been
<;: placed in the ovoii to bo re-heated, the thc house, rith
\
Clergy :
: Matrimony among tire. undertaken by the United
K.:. action of the acid on the sides of the of my sisters, I saw the leader of the the editor. however, in consequence of this suggestion -1 States.: The
jar decomposed the glazing I withwhich party running, with my only brotherhe some remarks by the rule of the exclusion of valuable staples of that mteresl
:: ;:. : I
;; : the the
investments
' The tribunal of Cnmbrai on evidence on, the score of whiskers country, which :
} the interior of the jar was coat- held him by the heels, he dashed have
::
.:;:r r' ted, and of which sulphurate of lead his brains out against the tree to I 7th May, enve judgment in the case I should be establishetl.on the authority I been made, 'and the undiminished

';" ,Is the chief ingredient ; a poisonous which I was confined ; my face was; I of Sienr Drnon, a Catholic priest, as of Mr. Justice Park, we hope Lord.I confidence in its commercial and a.
. I I, plaintiff against the civil officer who Lansdown; will bill into Parliament I gricultural advantages makes it
::, substance was thus developed, and smeared with part of the hlood and bring a to a
" r-: Infused into the contents of the jar, I brains. My hole soul was on fire I had refused to acknowledge his right to render shaving a restorative I I large number in this city, an object of

;: ::!?:.:: and those eating of the beans were attacked fur vengeance, I put forth all my to the marriage ceremony. At the to credibility, and making the I I increasing solicitude. The sugar

,:,?, {1. with svmtoms of illness, more strength.!., I strained. every nerve to I opening: _of the. heating"-, M.- Leroy" use of a razor of equal forcu with a rice, cotton, indigo, fruits, hidcsluin.

:'; :; or less severe according to the part release myselt, but all- in vain- -The council tot the piaimui, in reply to I pardon under the Great Seal. I ber. &c., will constitute an important._-.
;
:t::::i! of the jar from which the baans were Indians now left the settlement to return tlio public Ministry, maintained that 1x.4nincr. acquisition to Our trade-give em.ployment .

;': It "' ; taken of which they ate. After this, to their towns. I watched every the marriage of priests was not opposed From the Schoharie Republican to our vessels, and tncour.

: .!- it was not difficult to admit, that the opportunity of escape, but 1 was too to the good of society nor to the -figure of Speech.-At a training age the emigration of our farmers and

"';' : '.! arsenic found in the man's possession, closely guarded, and too securely doctrines ci'the Church. He said, in OHO of ihe northern counties of ibis mechanics. Steam Mill Companies

: :'; I;';; might have Teen purchased for the confined, to effect it for somo time. that "although it was forbidden by the State, several veal's since the profes- will be formed here, and vessels 5fl

t:: 1 destruction of Fats, as he had constantly The night before the day on which council of Trent, it might; be allowed sional merits of two drummers, a certain to engage in the lumber trado with

: j averred was the case. they intended to cross the Ohio river by another council. The celibacy ot Ben Morse, drum major to thi the West Indies, and instead of pay.
"
relaxed their priests, therefore, he continued, "is ing cash for articles
::I.; ,i. From the Western Virginia Argus.CABELL my.gurds vigilance, Regiment, and a very uncertain Tom many purchased
): ,,..!.. COUNTY, Va. May 31st, 1828. and the rope with which my arms notas has been erroneously asserted, Buruharn, a candidate f(,r the same them, we shall; make an exchange of

;,,:.... II..t, DEAR SIR :-I have been informed were bound, was slackened They a doctrine of our religion. The doc offices were discussed Very freely by f' the productions of our own country.

'ti:1.4: :, X 0 that you are concerned in publishinga being much wearied by long and rapid trines of the faith are immutable the soldiers) over a pint tumbler of 'I'he surplus capital, now uuem.
:: : have marches almost with- is merely a regulation, the work of ployed, or seeking an investment
-oIth!';: newspaper. Believing thatyou performed blue ruin, at a cake and beer shuntect at
Ziff a warm affection for the old man, who out sleep, kindled a fire, wrapped men, which men can change. just -vithout the sentr. Some maintained : six per cent. will yield 20, 80, and

:';?F in the days of your childhood, carried I themselves in their blankets, and in a In judgment' pronounced by time that UJ1.hamVas the best musician I sometimes fifty, in many enterprises

1t:.: !.' you in his arms and dandled you on moment wen all in a profound sleep f court they stated, "that the civil law ; others again that Morse had in that quarter of the country. A

':':'::", his knee ; I therefore feel) a confidence except the one placed to guard me. regards maniage only as a civil contract not :J.'s superior "in the six counties," steam boat navigation will soon b
:. ,:::t that it will afford you pleasure, He for some time struggled against ; that it recognizes no obstacles when a long, lanthern jawM. freckled completed, by the removal of tho oh.siructions .

:: '-: 1i to gratify him, by publishing a short drowsiness, but i it was not long till 1 to it, except: such us it has formally! ftlc'd chap, standing some six feet four between St. Mnry's aud St. tg

t.. account of his life and adventures. It: tired natuie yielded, and slumber expressed ; that -in engagement in sacred without either stockings or shoes, ('1-: Jotin's, from Charleston C. to the

,1":1:;: : may be vanity, but I wish to leave sealed his eyes ; I seized his tomahawk orders i is not at the present dayan bowed his way into the ring, with an head of tho St. John's river, the live

I.r i:4i.1:" behind mesome frail momorial of the and he will awake no more. obstacle to marriage ; that if the old rusty Queen Ann's firelock in one oak, cedar, juniper, cypress, :nd red i

':'I':'., ..:I... times in which 1 lived. The men ot P To dispatch ten of the others, was but I laws of the Church prohibit;, the mar- hand, and a card of rye I bay, timber, will meet our tsadn2 veses -

:,1':, f my generation have passed away- the work of a moment. Just as I riage of its ministers, they are addressed in the other, and after gingerbread picking his : > at St. Mary's, Savannah and

'.::'.::.; : they sleep with their latherstheirt' had consigned them to everlasting only to the conscience,& .,
.....",....-':)". ." very names are forgotten. None tell 1 rest, the only remaining OIwwho was; and) decided in his favor. 'his face: on something: that served as : mahogany, in color, durability, and

,., : : of their heroic acts, which, had they : the leader of the party, anoVtho most "Thus," remarks( editor, "within ; an apology a coat lcevc,aJJn polish. is not surpassed by the foreign: '
.ss"
, :\t been performed in the early ages of!f: powerful Indian I have ever known, a 1 few months, three tribunals have J e.loneol the ihus -"I tell mahogany. If.this Florida tanal
, ,; t? the world, would !have placed the actors sprang to his; feethis tomahawk was in company ; shall everbe
decided
this
; successively great question j! you what it is, Corporal Cowan, I reported on, and found .
." .r high on the list of deities.I his hand he whirl d it
j round his headit in the to be practicable of which
', same 111:1 n n''r. They are I I gruit that Morse: can heat Btirimh: in in we have
, :"t was born in a frontier settlement) Hew wilh unerring precision and those of St. : j be
"" Mcnohould! Nancy, and f drumming on training tunes! hut then, every reason to sanguine, the pro.
Virginia, in the year 1728. When with the speed} of the winged! iighiiin', Cambrai." whtMi come to the real ductions of the Western States n'illfo
sentimental
you
y. 7: I arrived at man's age, I possessed I had o ity! time to move head a received the
: my 011 of
I I tell const Est Florida
:'rJi4 much and i few inches from the fiotUrtl Deify Mvertfter. you Corporal!, (and he
: strength activity. to the when
great right, it po.udand : and
,
, a navigation formed
." It E.fc'cts of 1I'ur.-lt ioi lemirkrd in spoke words with great emphasis)) from the
a
: .: ,:>: The habit of contending from my I i carried with it a of left Southern
i part : Statt-s
" my staiisiicul 1 :article! in :i "French Journal, tint. Turn Burnham can drum Ben Morse'sshirt by connecting the
, ::, .:.i.:.:.""i infancy with a savage foe, and pursuiug -L i ear-be diew his knife aud rushed I tilt elFrct of the wars of the revolutionhasbetrn tail off!'* sounds of the Eastern coast, to the
". "z : with 1 almost I unremitting: ardor, 1 j I! forward to close with me. As he to dini.nisli: tin* s'al utre or' the r -v .. Florida Keys, and from thence

? ;,(. the deer, bear, and other Jltl beastsof ; i iit i! advanced, I threw my tomahawk) : human, s pecits ill that country. This if I 'LIl.IJ.JA island of Cuba. rfho'jn to the

'; :r. :.', the forest. over high mountains, : wilh;: all my force, it passed over his explained III tin- following! manner : Solditrs ; AL. i jguavaalmonddato 1 ciivrf! .
4 I are formed (mtof Kien who, for I =-- .L.r orange! lime, it!.
: and wide
extended (
had ;
shoidder! !
; plains, rendered right and fell harmless on : : From the iVtc Yorl; Enquirer. : mou.and
thfir
physical 1 'foruuUJti, arc tic! elite of Spanish segur Tobacco will
f ; :: me fearless of and in- the The New ,
: danger ground ; we closed ; in the act off the )'GUUI of the country Fur the .' YurkJournalofCommorceof all be supplied in
f !"...";.'.; sensible Ito fatigue. At the time o 1 closing! he lihtlyvo'lUdcd; me, in I of years, litre was an immense:spicthirty \ June the 10th, contains a letter Congress had confirmed our own coun:;J. If

1".,;.. :',::t' which I am now speaking, the Indians ihe left side. I succeeded after a I consumption of such men, and in the from Judge Writjht, of this State, to lands, and hastened tIle the titles u
.... I :.. were no match for the whiteinhabitants wtMii: time the cire : considerable: sirtigglu! in sli iking his rc-peoidiiuf; : II some person in Georgia, on the suhjecr iiitf>riiil
; ': 4) con u( Was left in improvemrut i1 ili..I.. ntnirvthe' ...... _
\ ; ; of the frontier, either inheariiifr I knife from his hand. Without arms .yy :i 14'' "* p"rt to lliotr fit'tiin Internal; Imnrovemmit of that -- "
,
uifn 1:0 lArte. would have done
1
" Wlfc tint (*imir'h.. strulI' more towardsrmderinir
.;i ; :: .t fatiirue. or 111 war. open or Ii breast to breast, we strove together., 0 ----0 State, iLl whii-h 5b to be found the fallowing -
enough or u'cll !h
eii'm tunned for soldiers us in
:'; I" ependf'u :hU1 tha
) by
. i..t concealed. JUucn has ueeii said in we exerted
; all 1 our strength and The large proponiun nfincn who remark :- Tarifl'LJiIJ
,. :.,.. :?:f' pra'se of the sagacity of the Indian: in I Strained every nerve to obtain the are of a >Ii;>rt stature is proved by the following "Rumour has pretty well settVd! the number and litany i other! bills. A
.
finding his through the trackless \V f'.tcts: ; according to the of the I gentlemen in .his city have
: way mastery. e came to the groundtogethersido report point, that the great canal I "hos Florida -
1tJr.f"'J. ; wilderness, but even in this he operations ot the conscription in l'r lUct' now steam machinery for mills, anJ
was
side
.... .. ,* by our faces downwards ] for I is hardly practicable) ou account
.. the I refineries
./ ':I'(* far inferior to the} white I man, who I I had in I ye.M18JO, in the number of 1. j sugar to send out.
b a of high land and
; momma we were againon OJ no water. If this be
1,1'22
"< .if; young men who were cxunineclhy The lands, the titles
been which
trained to
and educated
* : t. to the oar feel, I now discovered for the ; I the officers of revision, 330, 13 \\<:h' M set;i led point, then -valor communication -. undoubted have are
' .,:,. ..--:i..' woods from his youth. first time, that I was wounded. I'' rejected because they were not tour feet by some other route, from dred increased one hun
:*. It be the effects of old but seized him six inchrsin ; The per cent. annually, since 1825.
:.- *- may age, by the throat with a fury height. Fiend foot i.- the Gulf of Mexico to the Atlantic,
:'::' :, ,> it seems to me men have greatly degenerated heightened I by despair, and broughthim about three quarters of an inch longer becomes doubly important, as a means 'I Congress have given $13, 500 for the
i .: ; since the than our, and consequently four fVrtrt six improvement of the bettfoen
; *. -f L days of my youth. to the around, his head fell near intercourse in time of navigation 1ft
{ nicies war. .
ir; .::"..1l: Could J call back French' are equal to about four Si. Maryland St. John's and6f20G
... seventy or eghty a hatchet that; had belonged to one of feet nine and a half inches of The acknowledged reputation ofthe
-
our mea:
;i.: :. .,. .;';;'. years, I believe I would be a full his dead! companions, with a I ended sure. After the rejection of the aboveproportion writer of this: letter, would give for a light house. This woulilgive

:: : : < match for two of the strongest young : his lif{ of ni"ii fur the French aririy, just weight to he employment some of our c;(*
opinion
..
':> .4.. ': men of the present time. This i it I It will be unnecessary to give an it i is asccrtamed from the inspections, express from any his own examination.might izens if they would) take the contract, -

.It nuy be said is the! vain boasting of an account of t the difficulties and that thuty si-ten in a hundred are under It is however and he prepared for the larger; objects
::;,1.: .''. old privations five feet one ;inch in height and 45 somewhat surprising,
' r":: ; man but let it be remembered I had only contemplated the next session. To
mynerves
.:: g'' to encounter, in my return in a hundred, over five feet two inches. hat a gentleman of his practical show
that
$ were not affected, nor my digestion to the settlement. the rumor alluded to }'1
It will bo From these 'facts it would seem, thntafter knowledge, should hazard an
I
opinion
::,,..,.. H t, : impaired by the tea of the sufficient to say, I returned safe. The rejecting III tiir proportion of one third founded on rumor, rind draw train the Judge Wright has no foundation, *emnke
L.L,:$"-1 East, or the coffee of the West Indies. first !place I visited was the house of I for want of sullicient bize, one half the supposed truth of the an extract from a letter of Mr.White .
My hands were not as soft as the my intended father-in-law and soldiers the French army are under rumor, such a I the Delegate (rom Florida, to
down on the wing of the butterfly first the live feet six inches, ('t.our measure, in I strange conclusion. It is true that I, his Constituents.
I -
person saw there was in- these have
hei
my ht. rumors been published in
- nor my whole fraine enervated [i:Here follows an extract from Col.
by --
lying in bed 'til noon. I tenaeu wire, (or as we then SKHQ, mysweetheart '. the papers of Georgia, and South White's Circular, which we have ulrcad/
always rose ,) she did! nut faint, neither Carolina, and in the Middle pU1)lSSIC4l.J
"i and Northern
.. ;" when tho first dawn of streaked AMUSING. -" ..... ,..
t. :: day did she throw --- -
herself ------- -- -
into -
States -- --
,
and it is
idC
: ::; the East, and when forth to tho my > ; equally true, .
L t' 1. meet arms and weep, nor did she fall! back that have "FOltIG
Yankee they other
r Trick.-Aneasern no foundationbut .
1.I'1 1.
- ;:4 sun on t of the lofty mountain into her chair ped- !
" ,:f,11.; ':' ,1.: at whose base stood humble overpowered by feeling lar lately desired accommodation: for vague report- and unauthorised -- : -;*
my and call
L w' for hartshorn I : From the Chnrleslon Cunrier
or any the conjecturc.-It must have been
cabin.'oIt.I'f't night at a tavern in the south
In other restorative : but site caught me of Virginia but. trom part known to the writer, that two bri- From EJl .. land.
t\i It=:; those days the I qualities I that: by the hand ; tho prejudice (
: : and shook it The
cordially. of U. ship Mary Catharine. arrived last
:t' t : recommended frequently existing this classour gades State's Engineers had)
:. a man to the fair, were The first question she asked against -, eveningfrom L'vcrnool, l fi'eJ
:' ;;.t't not, the ease with which he could how I had escapnd I shewed me was, host for d long time refused. At been sent two years ago, ar.d that tin- of London Pupers to- the 26th rings and our of(Jverpool -

,:; ,:f"t.: play with her pincushion or tho grace the scalps. She did ; her List he consented, on condition that report, from the time employed, to the 27th, of June, both inclu
like
. ;r '.' not, a HJO- the pedlar I: ought to have been sive.
, ..I.J" ',. with, which. he could twirl a lady's denl fir nnn .. nrotcarwl. tft hP .Virtnnf...... should nlav him a Yankee orcstmted lone..... ,_ ___ 00c _
:: l: ;i reucuie auout ins finger, but u was> stricken she -- --- u Trick before he left him. The offer since.: When that report is present I V are sorry w lH113: the Cot:on

:' ,. .:.. ...,.. the skill with which he could defend I I,, but her; opened seemed not her irrouili ; was accepted. On rising in the morn- ed, and it shall be ascertained, not by Mirkct had declined at Liverpool
to in-ports, it will be
"i-lj; I.e. against a savage foe. A eyes say, she ing, Jonathan carefully secured the rninofr, but upon authentic information seen were lieavy
while
young\ j| thought mo the greatest hero that had the aalas were comparatively light. '
: ;,..,."t"i! nun did not select a wife from among; I eVer lived "in the tide of times." coverlet of the bed, which among it will then be time UT project A postscript oPa letter, chtcd Liverpool21st

,: :'ti Ly: the fair because she had a slender I We agreed that the other articles, he pressed the landlady other routes. If it shall be found June, says ; "A bill is now before

'; ; : .' waist, or white hand, nor because she t,,. link our fate- together next the day should to purchase. The low price of the however, that from "high land and no Parliament to admit all!I sorts of Cuttotfr

: 'V would faint at the approach of danger ; the day came, coverlet operated at once upon the water," this canal will be impracticable -I coming through British possessions, at s

;' ': 4 :: ; but because she was strong and r ; end marriage the ceremony was about to latter, who insisted that her husband the alternative, indicated: by it duty of 14. per (:-.1t. There is no duilbt

:: ::} '1:::..; 'courageous, and likel.to. be the mother j words-, "Salute parson just pronounced bride when the should buy it, adding, that it would Judge Wright to his Georgia correspondent gestea wiU pass.by the I presume ue\v Tariff this !its r.ui operation been s .g, -

:.:; ,;:;;!j of many a warlike boy. The t the wild and terrific your of the match her's exactly. Jonathan took : is rather, an extraordinary will more particahdy favor Diiliah shiP'piui.

;; :, ; ":Ii woman, who became the partner of sons of the war-cry his moneyrmoimted his carl, and had enev; ."

+: 1 h';:t: all my joy aod sorrows, was not what j: tylrs-and tawny fire forest, rang in:our got fairly under way,. when our host It is known, that from the Northerncoast Th? Russians had crosel the D-inub
j:: :it. f. this generation would call handsome;;; j rushed twenty grimly painted called to him that ho bud forgot ton of the Gulf of Mexico, and with very slight resistance from the Turk
savages to the door and invitation
bloodsagnute4at aw from been
has
the Porte
':: .r she was tall and well formed, her j my heart, I bad; my no the Yankee TrIck he was to play himO -. from that part of the promontory of forwarded to the r.ngfii! and French Ambassadors

t"f 1 features though; strong were regular, I| either to retreat or forward.-power never mind, says Jonathan, you Florida North of the St. John's river I invitrn- them to proceed in*'

.. ml ::11",: her forehead was high and command My wife threw herself go against the will fiud it out soon enough. the country becomes more elevated mediately to the Turkish capital, to treit:
::15 ing her look and I as we North for peace. .
; stern majestic., dour. She I progress until we .-
.j You have seen her old arid beut with j turned her eyes full upon LEGAL EFFECTS OP WIIISKERS !__ I reach the Allegany mountains. It is It was expected that Parliament woo"be
I me, every feature of her face spoke Awful to the prorogued by l"c King in person,
I : Monkey 'l'ribeV
'lii were even then forced thought,< so all I
years ; you to the settled purpose of her soul. What could I represented by writers ati.Hit tI,- 23d Jul'/.
admire the lofty dignity of her ) recommend to Mr. Justice on the Southern of
: move- said she, is part our continent i'ortugtii :tpPc.lrJ to bin a wretchedsirUi4tiell.
,1 j ments. What would have been your fur the first your time courage and about to fail Turk, to perfect his ideas on the sub- ,. that the chain of Appalachian A'r.nuir-.ifthe latest date frof

. .it., a admiration had you seen her in, all presence ? Recollect, that too in my I. ject of the obnoxiousness whiskers, I mountains terminated near the G'uifof Lisbon, receivedii l'uis, states th"

; the bloom of youth ? She is now at; only for you fight not and embody them in a law. Some Mexico; between the Appaiachirota Don Miguel had dispersed the Constitutionalwta -

i' ;t t rest, where I hope soou to be. life of her your who own only life wishes, but to for live the for : short fully furnished time ago with a prosecutor whiskers, bounti- river and the Atlantic. If thn Florida hiiu.seli'oefure! at Opurto by that merely place-present'ing this a<:.

'" On the day that she was to have you. I sprang forward and wrenched tO'the applied canal, which is proposed to he taken count was not, however, credited in Cfl
t.!| :\:1f.: been made mine, as myself and friends 4 I I from the grasp of the foremost foe Judge court, over which that learned South of that chain, should be found; gland. Spain appears to be alarmed! :.t
presided, for his expenses. impracticable the state ot affair in the sisler kingdsfl1'
: >1r< the how much *'
were on way to her father'shouse who was: pressing into ih house more .
<* the won't "
. grant your cult the CwslitutionaliitB in the former CtIi1
expenses, rqplied diI11-1'
to connect the of
It c we were fired on by a party of weapon of death and laid him bleed- Sir waters the b cflil1Y
James Allen Park "1 try >ing ready to avail! tfiemsclvcs
.f'.. ::4.'4j" f Indians ; my horse fell, and before 11 1 i iog at my feet. It was now that the : ,ihouJd ask; for am astobnihed ",jtll' those of'thu; Al.ultic. higher up l'.pm' .:t:' '.(. !":t; t.;!.. ,4''t"J "J r..
fj :.. .",. you year ex- through the State of G orgia-i : t I \'If:., -

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'A\ fieRt by Hon Mi- of tr.c five PAchniies of Aiia. Ul.f.tUlg. .. lonl com ay to those vessel: and which Orders were hsuedt from .the" Engineer better retire .froiri I. ?the Departaeot, and gi.ti;"

: '.: rcnde ( ca, England, had from this ai&ouut the men nccr saiy for it will be seen are rather (htterent from Department, Washington 1st August, gifin place ro more faithful A enti."

-jel. IS an ambassador to been giv-' carrions, b.itteries, &c. and to l.e p the'CJreeki what the Captains intirr.Hted. % the distribution ul' liic Officers of the The I'ust Master of ihi* Ciy wishes the
had
:rnve\ in Londo.i-but he unic li ifiould in check there appear to be oi.lv I. Smyrna, April 19.-My last was dated Corp Engineers .i ilh their respective good uill! and ester of all hit .I IK>A- citizens -

es n to understand that no eomn hwiBas- U.I(: men to oppoe to t tie Russians. the 12th i'ist. 1 then expected the vessel duties :-they will be published in oar next ; but he has no idea to -;:r1J' I'tnm

he held either with! hiia or i 'anrc.-o\n ordinance of the King, has would sail for Boston in a few days, meanwhile we give tbe following extracts: the Department," and i* determined; J>jr

.-. in the present posture of affairs.multifarious 'j-ist been i"ued, placing eight establish- but now find she will not be ready sooner Capt. \Y. H. CHASE, PXNSICOLA, Florida, "untiring diligence," to endeavour probe

The :iffi'' of India, and its : turr.ts, ontaizliu; nearly 3000 pupils, un.der tban the coming ,'et'k.Ve shiH bke Commanding Engineer on the Gulf of Mexico that his place could not be filled by a "lIWre

inter !'! and concerns, are beginning. the regime o( the University, and trfk- her and another in convoy as fur as Cerijjo, '; charged with the construction of tha faithful. 'Agent." .. .

10 agitate the liritish Parliament and propic : np them out of the hands of he Jesuit and probably leave here ourselvt's on the Fortifications for the defence Pensacola, -

-the course tu be aiinpted for the tufure -. This decree has been tvrifng from the King I 22J fur the watering place to fill up and and with direction of the works for removing CO 'i.111ElCIA.L.

;oxernrnent of thai great country, : several 1 of his ministers tlitratning to resign the obstructions at the mouth of .

ttluKtea: by perhaps bG.000,000 of pe,- ; if it weienot promulgated, and it is meant i get.ipril wOO 26 -We have been doun to Pascagoula River Mississippi. Prices of Cotton. -

pie.! win the present impolitic and bnr-t to effect the suppression of the obnoxious i iI ; with water &c. :ud. Lieut. S. TurrtE. Assistant to Captain -
Vourla, filling intending -
t"TnUS'stf'1 shall have reached itsnaturl ord\ r. up Chase. Liverpool, June 24.-Our Cotton oinrket

cnJ. ".- a subject of the most serious I The law relative to the! press has been I. to sail thence with' the convoy, but tude Lieut A. H BOWMAN: Bayou Bien- still continues very inactive ; the state of .

.o ;,ler.itioM. The whole trying com- pa,M>.l liy a large majority ; it i is more liVeral for the last live or six II\'S, Capt. Booth venue, assistant lo Ciipuin Ch. e. the Manchester trade is discouraging, and

-n mitt ot Calcutta are petitioning1 upon than auy outs predecessors. has been so sick that he has been unable 2nd Lieut. T. S. Ttfis, on furlough until the dealers und rpmners thinking that the

the Mibject. I Drat! of lu. Duke of Sort It'cimar. l to leave nis bed, and vie have returned the 1st of December ; nt the expiration. late supplies would have some effect. on our

Mr. Mouck h.J presented a petition: to flIrt;::. June 17.-Ou the 15th in the even- j here to land him. of which he will report ibr duty, a assistant !I prices, have kept aloof as much as possible.The .

PoirJ i :m.rt.t from MMS I e\i. prs >inR that iia. we received here the im-laiicliulv in- [ ".i'jrll. 8 -I send this on board the I to Capt Chase. sales last week were only slat bags,

fj-tl.( r reltjriim* '"tlll'l' "' ;'..t be ex- j IdJ enc( oftfie dt-atli. of }hi* Royal 1 fih\ brig, as i it i is very dfluhtful! if this ship I of which 6000 were American Cottons,

teiuV.Uo the Jews-and the MornnjcH I u'ss'the Gtatid Duke of Saxe Weimar, : convoys them down.-Capt. Booth's debility -i We are indebted to the politeness of the consisting of 3500 Uplands, 900 Ne*'-Orleans .

.rJd its *ali foclion that ta.; j**.\r Targau, oti his return to his own do- :is such that he cannot a* yet be J Publisher of tne 'tw ORLEANS BKE.far. and 1 100 Sea Islands. The importwas

< t xpre-s'-s! re beginning to stir uiintuiis.: His Ioyal' IJighneus was in good : removed.* Pi oof sheet slips of his latest foreign news; i I 5700 bags, of which 2700 were Irooi

'il I prrssM pi-opls > 1 Lealth reviewing the Roynl sud, and j they are, however not so late, by several I J the United States la the prices we may
,
.0 t'ns m.J Itt. be indefaugab; *peak!;, of hisjjourney the following day, Ij j yrP If day, as ne had before received. ,I say that a decline of 1-tfd was submitted
Aj
Mr. IFiiine ar.neTto Parliament wnich he w..s suddenly seized with an npo- I j- kiTijTUESIAY. :t to, but not hy the iioldcis uernliy; this
induce : to
;n !! } endeavors to ,'hichcnrrie tl l him oii'on the .- I done few who to
pcctic t, spot. New wa! only by a preferred
for debt in En j Postage "on Orleans
Abolish imprisonment Hamburgh Paper, June 20. submit to this reduction rather than not lo

J. ind SHIP LE rTERS. I proceed iu sales. Cotton, Upland, ord. to
J .'.r.l Stuart, of Ilothsay who rededc ; from Rio Janeiro.-Capl Wolfe of the Sunday's Mail brought tne following. mid. .ii a T5$ fair 61, god fair to good, 6}
Ambt-aaclorat Pan-. unclerthelo ship ( ouricr, who left lio: Janeiro (.n the letttr of instructions, to the Post Master of
) I"flr- I a 7 ; New Orleans, oril. to mid. 6! a 6J,
-: of Sir riiarirs Stuart. i is, it i is .SUM),.to4l 20th cf June. hitS farrishrd} a detail of the this City. I .
l.iir! 7J, good fair to g ".d, 7| u 7J ; Alabama
urr.e his: d.plumatic function there in umult an4 massacre of tr.e furcigu ttoops "GLS'I POST OFFICE DEP'T. url to mid. 5$ a thpbre of Lord Granville.T. at that place, which di fieri \tsome ivpects 1st August. 1820. S ,
fair to g od. rig a tij ; Sea Island ord. to
of Lord Francis Cow from the} statement made by an arrival Sin.-I observe charge six cents
: appointment
you mid lf; a l'3fair. 14.1, guod fair lo'guod,
l' uo had left oiLce lately with the'rVusuf at Kostmi. The mutiny terminated postape on 'act letter brought by packet I. 15 a WJ

Mr. Cantunff) to the put off j on Ihe lith. when the Irish troops surrendered. trom New Orleans. You will bbser that 'Jine.7Our Cotton maiket still COIF

C ,,- "('Cict.'in' for I I'dai.d.: is cnv.d :"(' rtiul about seven hun lre
t- ;.. auspicious ;Mflioation tf the dt".g'n! I were put on board an old hulk in the har-! _. piy, are by law drclared to be Post Rod; : the dealers over r-.ere .i esterdnyb they did

d Pl1kc- of W",1t l ;lun toward t!Ji\ h or Tlio German troops at St. C'hrisiophe.leniained --- and tnai letters pttssing over them by packets :, very little, and seemed rather to have ccrrne

(Ut" '\'. I refractory, and Isistpdou" rrdre AUGUSTJrtfi.. 182aVcrite or in any other way are .iurtjert regular -i I to vei- at what prices they could no-r buy.

t V u* h*t tho r)'ik** ot \VIUhZ1I: s of their hI;f..WCfOS. On the follow- $ inland: }.t :tage. If Ihe parkeis goby I Tli'* import this week is very heavy, bui
?nc Ib.\' the l-3i'. a guarantee was tnde by mis P cltr. of the Ii.ili/.e. the letters are tu be
'. i i''f"i to nat O'll d. way i do force
p1 not
'.ai & i. < it*: I yet ": perceive any anxiety to ,
the! liritish and Fmirh officers that their I '
niifii the sau.e as if r.ariied in the Iail! bctwixt -
cr the drre tjonili'onh : : I "ales fir. When there is demand.
(or f'I.f hr ?*- :f' h.u. cnsidrable so a
sleraands sliouM: he complied w l1l. the TheUfg'llC prevailed ton the U.tlize and N, w Orle.in.-. there
: ,
'i".PII :1. Ireland an-1 that I howevi-r. we have little doubt, that offers
1rl\'t r
t extent ill Pcnsacuia! aud i i. still
w take tiif of the
pro-
to promise
troops refusing l line nf Si .* 'URO"'S there.If .
tetIlr a rcofulnr ; "
.
of further decline wilt
is to !fltrOdtIt'eme ;' not be refused,
tau
i.t u r.
h.' ; r s( Brazilian Government. The English) and ir/es>innr in its mII\'i1 tliiouh t'ce C'ltv In
J they co by '*uy of the Lake, th'ft cine
"It.' ,rC" iflo t'n-t 'oentryanalttKe1'lI' t"h. the families in whi.'h it tni it Baltimore. August L
:
;iM'0
French mnriiies then withdrew to their i ves .ipp -
I tulu will ajnlv H iiile regular tea iUuatsI .
L::, i'.it 1a' :. has I JittntUi-il individual Ci.Uvn.-Virginia, per In. 10 a 11 ; Up-
poor
C
lenrially
,
I sels. While! on lorr, no n-fre.vii'ients I { \ery! ply belMixl Mobile and New Orleans.
i land. t'.ir !. 10 11 13
Kilni! aicideiit Inr.rer.ed ?.tof .C't"uJ1C:1 j who l.. qua ;t ; Louisiana a
,
A 1.-< w*'i n He red to them. By the tteaty agreed I nnlrs it !l.r' tlune ve Ott-n oth'-iuisr ; Very respectfully,
: Kinicaldy; on Sum' Uic! 15th upon ihe Irish i troops wet I' lobe bent hoe sick ll lias not host \ e., ict.. taul in a Your Oh t Set v't. 14 ; N. Carolina 10 a 11'; Tennessee 11 a
Kf Mr. .i.-\ing wa;to preach, insunce. am! bUt 12 : Alabama, 11 a 12 ; Florida, 12.
,.hl"I.t % to their own country, at the expense of the single cump.untively :cw
ai.! KII 1:1lmf'ncc concourse d inprfd thejfallrrits Brazilian p-ovrrnniruf. have had it severely. \\ itli the exceptionof John McLtan.W. Xeic }Vurk .illgust 2.-Th. transactions

when, just as the bell ;'Ip;' =d l, A rlranqc of the Biazillnn Ministry too\ this singular mid. t'oublesome disease, II. flLXTsq.." since our last report, comprise about 600
bales nt' Alabama at ll.cts40U .
principally
nl before the minister hid entt-iv-u tIdJur"h. the 16th June. our City has never been more lieauhy AI is
*; ice on Comment is UUlHct'ssarv-tlJe above
Ncw-OrJeanK:
at 10. 12 nnd 400
I ] a Uplands -
the north gallery from the txrrrme this sel "otl of the year, IIIthe change of1
,
,
l.lw'lo the Post Master, and he must netaccordingly
it dou-n ail at From tie .'-. Y ./!./.crtiser. 'll/gUtt 2. Government, than at the piecent time. \\'e a: 10 a 11& cu.-mak.ing the totalsttl.s
pres\ire upon came : he will however observe,
week 2000 .
of the .iboul bales.PhiladilphTn
with it From Co!'c/n? <:.-The rueltett brjJr: Tnm- have been favored with plentiful refreshing
,
mice carr ing every tiling along : that, when the Steamboat Mail was first .iit uft 2.-Very little has
Vo, arrived last f'n''li. saiJfd! from khoners of late which in this climate ;
in the the nu1ttnetjiiEflrat. > cr, guarantees ,
and huriug ru.nb established between Mobile and New Orleans b -en Joing. in cottpn ?|IJR week. The only
fartltajfena! the 15fh and continuance of Itralt tiiness.
on ult. hrinj 5 4 |
:. It WR s calculated thufhrret 1 lilt Post Master at the Utter place, sail>- have brn about GO bales Louisiana.
.*. 13O within the t'ir intellic'encehich former advices 'tt' lIlls I iota udpostage
:If
rO' A-- persons immediately commenced chaigiu at 12 cts 4 Hios ; 20 South Carolina, at 12;
I ti-.nc the e :c'k I I to expect, that the Convention at Oca : .' R'tr.n ELECTION is to be letters lied in the Packets
It' at the cRt.< ropls on C.1l 50 Tennessee, at 11 4 mo. : SO Nob.
I ru-.d broken without doing Field, at the Court House in this City, tomorrow -
29 killed (' : hta.lld na up any : from Prnsacula to that the Post Master -
pi.tce persons were uy' I| port; Carolina! at 11 a 11k, and 25 Uplands at
bout 150 were more or less : j.r&o1. tiling ; and t1'at the Citx of Pojr'ifa. hd{ 27th August, for the purpose of j of this City addressed nim on the subject 12. r..
I I1UI11 formally declared B LI\\.n Sunrerre ('f.ief'of fleeting two Aldermen, to fill the varan- \
and succeeded in biiii:nir him over to j jis \
) irvrnah. the week
The Putin by the Mary CatherineLicerponi.Jmit I I i cies ,iineil tlf: !B..lrlotIdt'rllll'n.I J Ji//ri/4f 9.-During ,
occH in
Colornbia. C 'hatrena hid '
I r out
: come- j incoiieit
i ; cp'.ui'Vi that thl el-Hiy \ ; i.
27. r.'tt >- n.is li-i-n doir.jr in Uplands, exceptH
and Jbv the ic"'irnalii.iis C! i.i1. '. and J. .
j upper
Jlvrugnl.-C't.: Ck..i'iiik, of the' with th ame declaration ;t was believed : il" 1 'lie PO.rl.l-;t"r fleneml s. I'\\' 'le'I 'It"* IiI :'*" '. stnn'.Hot: ? wtiich were sold! at 10 cci.ii .
.
; Caro L.-q.- '
i '
these examples would he 't.lWe-J fur
decision not applied |
VontrHiv wa
j S- Islands have been
there sales
p LubJtar.ia, wmch left Upoito on the I' no ,
Jmiv FH.\.cl.cn P.
.c J..iJ.ts PALMES '|
by the who!e countryV"e r.re w1 Iloit '. .M-souirhl l\v the Post Master of Pensacola.lit. i nnd the stuck hand is trivial wfc
iu n i.st. ha.? arrived at :hi* port.T"f riii very ,
and Ef, .. L. DKAKK.
"\ 'I> : Enquires, are
an.1 private N-itPis Lrotighth any (details hut the letters trom Cart!ige I, i Klectioi appointed hc-it; .nado, he is obliged to obey.- j I quote from 2,110 30 cts.

\' 'he nipfi-ti LuMtaui.i, :(.Ila&fl the fulovii! s in- na, express a belief that matters uill:: nw .' Iu aupcrinten SIC {ionraiHi.. s.ihri.l posln lge will be charged' | Charleston August IWh.
better under the sole di'-ectior. of :: -U-- the I't Oflice in this fit\ oil all lctcrs
rtT'ltlflllTh. tcc1 sent 1'n.n Li boi tro on at j The stock of long staple cotton is now
Rolivxr uf xvhosf desire to th- Arrival of the !"alrnoutli.iLI i h.night vessels fiom N**'v Orleans excejit. ,
by ;
t'j Oporto ha JI'I' 't,('( ot vessi-ls Jtinnns.1 '* .i..h xva. the I interest of the! Country they have. hodoubt. I, ( Wednesday last, tUe 2Oth Ali;ust, that no more than quadruple pOl t\C ',I at pivsi'iit in the market what does not

Jo.ni UriiM'roJ. of Lin.rp.ol. (Je sccin* American* will ia.Tteut that: ihere: i: lust ; the U. S. Ship! ralmntf-fJt, 1'riAnrr.s. ill be d. qt'd on any one package u'I iles> i ii i: lay ocr until the fall trade commences,will

ths. t" 0 Krghsli bu:s of HUT, "liiti! : wtiej i 1 I'* not yet sufficient in'elligence! and .a .1H"j j. M UiAS K>Q., Comnruinlcr airiied at this i I it ron'rtins more than four (distinct I letters. i,I be shipped ci. planters' account. Prices

., i 'g in :l li-; Iiuro s-ailfd out ,o demand I, !ionthe People or Coln I h\; to sustain$ j Port, from a Cru
kit xpliMMin: I' on the subject : wlio, it j jIf.'r.l .. Republican fi-rm of eminent. }[ CuhAll well on lM.au \I\\'C nforced ngainsl ait t per-on violating I wc \ el v dull and the unfavorable accounts -

the .n.itU4.-se tuiniiiuinlarit conjer.tcd A letter from Huen:a Ay re* of June j j The Fulin
lORilow l.urltjli vrssels lu enter tltl i I1ta' r 10th. to a ri'ercliJint of this city, sav.-,- j I[ Havana ; h<)tli of \\ hid plitt''fire j to i elate to any part of the cargo, will be Catiie.ine, have produced a further decline

the haibui. As regards peace between thi-! mtintn ( liealthy. At tint latter tlvife hiol l,eeu a J I delivered free of Posts: e.j of about hall a cent i in middling qualities,

Ahutn f 000 nien..ll ai.ir..ted by the best aud nraziJ', it remains a subject of muchdouht I late arrival I of a fin gnu ship, and four 1 I. and perhaps a quarter cent on other de-

.?IrIt. b.td hc I n sent ir C'liubra, to march and uncertainty.: whole' 'tft.- t trigs of \Va i with thienxistnl troojiit'rum j I. The.1 1O\\II'g! Laws and Instructions to ; "i"ii1tii1ns. The few sales made were at 10

pon l.t llun. some h,i.,j; to!k pi-ire! I i[ try has been in a state of &uxuu> sus- i ilwnse Spain, I intended for the ( an ISOOI .it POM .,1a'I", *': pejn- not to be sullicientlynmter i a 1"| tor c r.Hno1110t and 10$ for very

.'t1\ers ilie CoiiMitinionalist* and tlt'li.. ;j i for the bst two month:*-the pre t \!atanzts. Th :re were j l-u a Fiirate and : kUIt" II tJr { tood.frinn { :nuot.V, quote lOa ll-i ; some fine parcels -

:uehtt' .a the 5th instant, wiim the lattt-i I'f'H' j j.niuptled I NCrit prevAiiing1 opinion, hovieicr. is that Kris u(\Lr cmizinjr between Havai.a and Erlrart t'lR Port Office [.(Hr. fuss- ; l>ciig }hM at the latter price thoughwe

(. to return upou Liciu, v &ith j j' t*. \v II lake place' in the course (of 2 r5r) 3J I Maianzas.Stlllins I I rd March 3r1, 25.-Purl of driliun ;ilO.:: I I Iva'e heard duo sales at that rate. : .

the I..? s ot two pieces artillery. J months, as Comm.'i.oners h.iv lieen tl I "if ;ny person sHiAll enclose )r conrr.nl a -. --:: .-_ -- U
The Mrtccr jtfain pac "t has broutht I j ; of tie HOUNKT.-The U. S Snip letter, or otiier thiiit, or ai v iu.-iii.iiiuii in
named on the part of thi* government to I M Air/IKD.-At New Haven Conn., W-
Jtttrrg and pupers fiom Lisbon to the l. ih i Hornet, A. Ct..\:TON. J>\.1.. Coinrliamler.Called vri trtg. .,in a I\f n.-j'nper, Pairj-lilM. "I. 'Iti:a7ine -
I proceed to }(io Janeiro, with to I. F. LYNCH cf rr.. S. Navy to MissVip.i
-
;
power
ntaiit. The papers are full of reports to j fiom this Poll, on Tiiuisd.iy\ *\., tlie2t G: 'il my pru'kiife t/f %:'\-/.p! 'TSl'tinpiilo' -
treat with the Rrnperor. Fron the Mnu-aziues writMi; i tixiA. daughter of thC hltt' Con. Shaw.COMMUNICATED..
| exhausted :: or or make any ? or roe'I i
f the Constiuiiionalist an"t. uize.
the li i.al.h'autt' ( *, August on a ci
II 1 1ti state (if the r'sntl'cc.ff both .r-nuiin (tnere.u, wTiirh !le liall: hnvo tit'ii- i A.+.fdl D of ..J
hit ..\ they are puMist.ed under the eye of .
countries it believed \t'l'p1 jlf.J al1\ !"I"t Oi11tii' to '
is all
;' tiSui pcr. who ha; crowded the dungeons : some hind of an I I A new Li;t of ine; Post 0Slices in the l'- that .- (1t'O.IliJr [ : .]]
will be made i' ; p.j S\', in oir ft.-ti the i Mine in\
cf.ii-or.n with haxe di.!piengfdi.r arriinrrement partly through oiled Statesand Bouk of Post UliictLa *S, O TUARY. -
personTMIO !II! t in :t. i ov 1 osl I, fire of MlT pn?tae, heifh
IIU. -\Jiotn he cousi
: It and his tate, they arc not entitled _. .. lr_ j issued by the Post Master General ; exhibiting ,-; i-ffi-in' e, aid thr l I-:\'r, "(\ "p\pcr| package ill the Town orFlorida ; (at the head of E-

t..J the *l E ftc&t credit Capt. Baxter, who 4'rive') at Iuxbuyt I the State, of Post Offices on fur 1st I>( ii..K'.n.him, or other thine, !ial! licit beieliirred cambia! Bay ,) l\r] :. MARTHA SPILL-

Tin Uukr of Kent, packer arried on left Vera Cm/ June 22. lie informs that I of June, 182S. By this it appears that the t-, the person to wliorh! it I Is directed, MAN, consort of ( 'apt. JAMES Srir.i.-! .

:Minday \ iir. !Irt.crs Il urn Lisbon to the he brought! despatches for he :Mexican i "-)llll number of Post Office*, in operation, until luc: amount of smtjlc )letter postage is p:1icl Kind and attentive to the wants of the poor

IGtti inst. One o: llicm rr.eriiuiis a reportan Minister in the United States. which he !i :-.t that dale was Seven thousand, five } thr earh." article of which tle! package id composed. and needy, she was ever respected aid beloved .

action betueei. the Conetituioiiiilur? understood were accompanied by bills of I Il&undn'd1 and tweiitv-three ; bring an in- by Iliuse who.knew her. During her
ud M.gurlitej, in uhirh the latter were exchange to pay for the Mexican frigate I crease of five hundred and u'ent'ithin a Insruction If. Pad of Section 7. illness, >i.e evinced all that patience and
I I "Eu'f"\ article sentia i the Mail!, wnich i ir rot
Oh.l. J. in confirmation of which .report, built at Phila f"lphia.-tioston PaUadittih.Disagree i year.The. I reMgnritiun tvhltli cl aiacterizes. the Christina
either Ma ruine
a Newspaper, : I''uiiphlet, or
the in Lishon in the Bcliovcr and until a few hours before
military were I ,
greatest
is list of the Post
all fallowing a Offices Le;:i-Kti\e Journal is sul.jert to letter p<.staie, '
cnfu*ion, and H nguueut or two of militia I -Complaint 1 has been in Florida. whether: be a printed or \vri'ti her ,death read and conrersed v ithout the

ere matched off, a is supposed to reinforce made in the papers, that American vessels ,. OFFICES DISTRICTs ti&.m ; except written or primed cnm'H'Jnica-1, least ippcaranceof. alarm ; although eutirely -
COOTIES
the Mi u'ht-I. The alai 1\1 of the uarper at Smyrna have been denied convoy a Pitlh.hcr eft Newspaper to.hi? Subscriber I cunsciohs cf her approaching di>soiution. -

and liu party is said to ncrecse daB). and protection from the United Statcssloop A LA.ql'A Waliou Wt ter.i s4ttitig thexubacnption Hue, which roUlt l.. at- An afieclioimte(; husband and dutiful -

tlrong sensation excited: fay a report of war Les-.nptnn, Capt. Booth i. and Almirunt? da. (10. tacheri io tie margin of aN wsp.iprr, and p-J.-t- sob have sustained in her deatb, an ir-

hat several of.the persons suspected hy the that the SiMosanJ: Cam'!ia. after waiting Aspah4ga Jackson do. age charred for it a.- fur a (''!paJ.r." I iepa cable loss. .

raut. had been poisoned or Strangled! in a week for the promised or espe/ied; D.t.U.'i .Ala..hua Eastern Instruction XI'. Section 9. .! n fKDIn this City, on Monday the ISt1

nton. protection ofthc Lexington, were obliged EocambiaF lscanlJia"t'a.leru If any memor.i.KUitn is eiu-Iojcd or hiaile! iust., CtUyptEn, of an inflammatory -

The arcr-nnts published l under the sur- to sail tir.der the convoy of an English: R.VANOIXA Nassau Eastern upon a Printer's exchange Newspaper: o'lKsf fever brought on by intQ1JKraucc.

fcilhnce of the uturpei. are not ent.tled! toe merchant brig, as they could not get even HOLlIf.1' Vi LEV Wa hingtonJACUSO.VVILLK Western than! the direction, e\eept IV 'as.' stated Piiiiinrs'in tV Hills 7fh + '.... .!: ..>. -' _.. ."L >
section
DuvalJelTei of Instruction ( )
lea>tcndit ; and those of a contrary the prospect ofconvo from the Eastern
) Lexing "the Newspaper if to he charged witii letter I tTf-Tlr> ii
:/>- ifHj us 10 hope that his caieer if vio- ton for a week to come. it is added, 011 .Jt'/Hl son M.ddle postage; and.earh article enrloseil with !t. The ? :!\

nl. nil) be l but short ; and that this worthy the authority of Captain Parson, that no I Lipon (ft do. Printer or other person who makes snchm-l I "

tfI skeins dr,ir('iis oftrf'RtllIlg ill the steps : American vessels arrived at M.ltt from TilagnoliaMariaona! LeonJackson do. clo.-ure should! be proseuiteu l befire rum -!a-j Port otENTERED. o\a .

fNfro) and coadjutor?, will soon be I the 1st December 1827, to 16th May, : WesternMiddle istrite for tile penalty." | e\.sa' I'
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it'd to IUt account fui all their mis .tds. i 1828, bound to the Archipelago, had been -'fOSTICf.U.O Jefferson Instruction XVll. Par of Sicihn 9 i| -

l'u-.tia. end '.r/: J'At the date of the I aide to obtain from of Mount VtruonPwlatkia Gadsden do. "1 f any Letter or Uiemuraiiduni s? enclosed! i in' 1 .
1. -t : convoy a.ny the St. John's EistcrnWestern AU1lQI ?../.-Scir.) and John
Charles
accounts from the Kti:slan rmt. rican S lIl1dl'on. a Newspaper, or in a packet of NeWS'lpf' ",
1" t.ulltl'(11 no Cphtiu r, except in the Edes of the Captains Parsons Pr."iS.\CULA. Escamhi.iGadsdtu a.ilre if'd toam' per'ni, >i iugl letter portn!e is I. Irii>* it, on* dnys from Norfolk.) Cargo.
l' .Sl CUtiulI ot the siege of Brabilow which'Ctut I.\m: of brigs Saiux and Camil QUINCy Middle! to be char "fllipln! [ each articJe of wiiidi die I, pron>ion to the Commandant of the Navy

\ ilowly The Emperor was Boston, have published a cml: of RockhavenIlocky do. do. packet i is comp ):ed.1 .' .

'l'<>'.ti1lt operations. The Danube has I thanks addresss--d to Captain beetle, of Comfort, do. (10. VW have often made extracts from the Yaid."t .- -r-

)1 Lttn j'asiod in any quarter. The the British brig Smyrna Packet for the St. .t.ndlew'sVa5hino Post Juice Law and, ) tlie Instructions oftile SM BEEF.

\.xfleet Irforc All pa haa obtained i I vigilance and good conduct with which, Day 5I tonVestrrn : Post Master Genera; ; & in I.> doing we. ;
CANTONMKXT BIIOOKK
'cr .tlC'tn oxer Turkish and I in s>o friendly a manner he escorted them I ST. Aupi TJ' F. St. Johif Eastern conceive that we rcni'/r a service to the FLORIUX 7
a squadron,
1 tln"al 1tti is.1ntrs. in safety through the piT'.l.ticalters. on : St. John's Bluff Dural do. Public. It is the duty of every. Post- August ht, 1828.5 .

14 italem. it JH in a Gern.an paper, pur- their course, from Smyrna to off' Ct'ri1q, Saint Mark'sSalubrity Leon Middle Mmier-strictly to enforce all the provisions I:fILL receive Proposals, till the 31st.

UL-ftocninrfiotn the frontieis of Po- where their card is dated, May 9, 1828. I Gadsden do.Eastern. ofthc Post Office Laws, dnd to prosecute1 j: filsHih". to furnish the

. r.ti I:11 beLdint'd.. Biahiluw was taken II Knowing the very genera! activity Seminole Alachua for all pPiiHiiica incurred by a..violation of ; Troops of the United l. States :Arniy, that

, th} 9th ult. after a desperate defrnre, which the officers of the United States Agency } them ; tin's! he cannot iiegtcci if he citherteerirjj I are. or may be, stationed. at .Cantonment

I "tud. tLe Turks neither *a,e nor look I navy have long displayed for the protection -, TALLAHASSEE Leon Middle r.w ol'h, or \i-islt.s to continue in I Hrooka.' *-ithKKESU

. Iter. and set 61t jo the place, when they of the lives and properly of their fel-I Tuscawilla 'do.Udiee do. office. Out sole object, therefore in publishing BEEF,
und. li could aiamCaineJ.ho.iexer. low-citizens ind Valley! Walton WesternEastern wl.atl' have considered inr:>ortnntiuformattnn
.", no longer lJ( the high character for from the lt (I5 y of January 1829 to include -
I Wantou's A.irhuaWaukcnah has been; to give those liable
, .tere2. is euJitiedro litt'e: honor and'Cicity of the American Cap the 3l.st day of Decemner, 1829
no ( JeiTer i violate the law. such knowledge
Itd ignorantly
'f. bUll w'ao buvc .onWCBBVI'LLK Middle a -
published the information ;
t .\11' The lieefwill required to be delivered
IU the ticzetle Lit: I'-a 11<*. of of the aLbve instances ()deviation'from i 1acl..ionVestern of their duty as to prevent them from lo thleTroopsiR two (laysin each week
"JJ) Ilted Whiteile! Duval Eastern sitnering, or subjecting themselves to
LICharezt, May SO, and a- the general Conduct of prosecution : { S
tr our navy, tfe regret : Noii. Those (the da\s !t i;t designa'.ert) in uch
r 'f1. Ht-rnallste,1 June the names virhich are in SMALL ; we could have no other ttjc-'.-r piantity
4, state that exceedingly the of the : .
occurrence
'h-ll be for
,
as s required their llations
_ 7Gn of Br h ow alarmed the bomeatHhich above CAPITALS, are the principal Offices iu the but to lcufi.t llieni ; nnd, it is a fact
by -
the
At i
i events. sanpe time, we are on eacix i day. And I deem it to
1 '" Counties. Tallahassee in susceptible of demonstration thai necessary
Capitals, is the easy ,
commenced the 23d
\ t I on confident, that, for the honor at'the Atne- :. Sent I i apprise: tiioe who choose to offer
ricquhlt'd an arraistice of three da\'s' of Government i,f ti| Territory. it is for the pecuniary advantage of the finy '
: It Bsri<:eiTfd.. On the 24th the Dau-- rican navy, the gentlemen will readily as. MICCOTOWJI, Jftmillon CountV ; & -HIC S. Post Master to have as many fines and to comrn ,tJtr the supply, that the ..Beet

l- had, $ ,.sidri1 sn considera? ly, that the sent to the suspension of the public reprobation TOWN, Madison County : ale mcqtijned us penalties incurred! an possible :-Section33d' I \",11 ?ic fr-qulred to 'or of th* bet, 'which

t 'I v t ol" the conduct complained of : the principal Offices of thpie.Counties but of Ihe Lau, says ;_"nil pecuniary tii.-: r? -I -et cantHV.rd, and partieu.ar| at-
ft' .tre -a fniiij iLf operations to ; I
.
'.s,p* r".Cr and the main till our vigilant navy department lia\ had are not in the Ltitof Post Offices now in nalties nnrl forfeilures, incurred under this ... .:on u ist Inol to the bUfchering'there.
> pursue objects I
th'.( "It I. time to institute inquiries into the caiscof I operation. act, shrill be one half for she usr of the person ,!! c.' ."i :J'1: ins J"cbon of it will always

.1d I"s'. l'IIOaslan, Stt1. Gazette of the 17th the neglect, and the officers question or persons iifotuiiug and prnsecurirg !I 11'.: 'Jld I*: p.

.at-. thH' the Uu"ianl passed the have had an opportunity to give explanations Wocapilulation.Counties. for the same." We close this a.ticlt'1h'l : ::sins tJlfcrilig; ; to contract will make' -

. tis IIU.t'r'ilt .11.' pOllia on the 7th. Thc of their conduct.-Bvtton Ce tine!. ., O. cf OAlachua 1.te: the, follomnf in order to liow our re-jden ," neir Proposals in vritiu;, scaled anti di.

.. r. O ercd some trsistauce at first, but Complaints have beei rodc by the I II '3 how strictly Foil Meters are n quired ilo rrcteJ to me at thi place statingtire..

at ....II.'itICOi.ii, aged Lv. the desertion of 1000 masters of two yessels.reccnlly arrived at Duv-tl :i their duty in every respect ; wit houi ftor, rate per )*ouu
.'' '.\ n'lb'0 C ''*ekfc' nl' went over to the I Boston from Sir.ynia, that ufter waitin; a FscambiaGadsden 2 faror'or affection. ,; wii: famish, and they shall be infoimtd .

.t- I, Ii j f ?ere completely routed with week for the promised convoy of the U. 5 Instruction x rIll. Scctinn 2. of the Acceptance of their Propo'sals

c- !:'''alaIiS ftt'Vt'. Cannon- and two mortars.- S. shrp! Lexington, they w rre obliged 1* : Jackson 3 No duty enjoined by tile law and these in- j either by letter from, or on personal

n- of t h e t( t vII mf'U. 1 he an1e 'pa.t -.fsa.il under the protection of a Uritish TCS- Jefferson 4 lItnu.ti'IIU", .hult1.1! l>*' *.rr.iuui bFosi MarteM I upplicaiion to, me at Cantoimer.t iSrouLr.

:. lit t Huh.10110 dlat the Suhuu ws set, as they cou'.d not get even the : LeonNftfSRII 4. Hud ( :l'actms. Uirfesa their TVithfiil and un tbc da3 above m to..ed. '
lit ;!1t't3'ocu< "' .\d1 tllo P lf'. Bud gives of a from pro* 1 eiiergetie ro-upcraliun! \'te given public exper-
pect the John P Lt.
l"1"fc of hp' Turkish convoy Lexiugtor. for tatiou will be ditPi;..lJi,.'.f1. An tmtirfnp diligence -I agc, &;
: "
force. veelt
u. l'tch "'.111" a to com We have been tavor- iVnlion"o !I i inrvery A Cit oftlie Of-pu1mC'1rt. jjiil Ass'i. Cvm.

11) ,e.flus I \.- t [ I'I 0 illno"nl tu 145OC ul with tile following: extracts from let. 'W1shiru"on; hilt mil eufcUre general fuuiidcncv, but a Ir.plidegree 'i\- cfLj.
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.& ttt: }1..1. ( e j tprs from ofiicer Q of btliuii. 11bo otc.- No Propo.-il) will ae receac l
IIC1! an of that vessel, whichwiJlshfWtfce 'puhlin a >pn> A are I. :
1h
:h''Jlaud Ghuiif ft d r-.co"'",_ ;;1. .1 .n. f.r.J t e_" upwillitif( 10 nstsnclf exertions, and" cannot bciutedbr. ,tftt.- the :o."Oc-o3crH2'.
; -ot:! .: :
w ;Jp! nWlnL which ;\\; ti tllo:, baft. --iit.


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TWENTY DOLLARSREWARD. BARINE DEPOT ;' R ;V"\ut\\l\ Form of a Declaration to be made by theOfcer.i. attorney named in the rorr tJinK t4t ji
? i
NAVT lAUD, 5' 5UViVtflfOf Pf'4.
certain
VIKSACULA
1A I An act for th1c-rfIef0f of attorney and made oath that
1. 18th 1828. of the Revo tile
'.._ :. July cers and Soldiers of the Army For the purpose of obtaining the benefits was not given to him by reason !-e.

;,: TRAVEl) or stolen PROPOSALS will until be the received 1st September by th lution. by the Senate and Havre I of an act, entitled HAn act for the relief transfer or of any attachment It\Of a.,
Be it enacted ,
of certain officers and sol seizure, by any legal Of
surviving process wbaie.I
iJ1tt. the 25th of..fcily & fute'1 tllte' *
on with
Fifty. [
Port /
.' next; for furnishing the of fiefresentalh therein
\' each I di era of the Army of the Revolution, the pay authorised to
I from the subscriber serr.bled.. That approved be'r"tlI
Wood
} Cords of Oak Black Jack) America '
good ( in Congras the 15th of 1828 ed but that the said U
of the on May, J. -, pay !
'J .'. ,I it_..._ -'t A to be delivered at the Navy Yard at such of the surviving officers of the urmy t I wholly to tbe intfhdtd tt
of I i enure
who of -jfl the'Connty -, in the State personal
,
Contincntil J.111(, I
the Commanding
' : Small Dark Horse time be by Revolution the .
! as required ;
Bay may in
. .I it,. half by the resolve of' of -, do hereby declare that I was an the person by whom the'said POWet
Otficer.G. pay
' Mack mane And fore1opHged about s'fic or was entitled to seventeen hundredand officer in the Continental Line of the Army | executed, .

to' .t' f \, seven years. A LSU.l K. Lindsay, October twenty-first be'authorized to receive, out of the Revolution and served as such \1 Witness my hand; this j&* ef

; :. S A LUiHTBAY HOKSK.i I9rf. Lieut. Commanding. eighty, 'in the Treasury not otherwise [here inger",'to the end of the war, or (as in the year -. >*"

a.; l- V white tir.uie and both of any money the amount of his full the case my be) to the time when the arrangement I Before me, -, [here insert,**

, Jt:': hind feet white-aged about POST Oii'icE DKPARTMWT. ? appropriated according to his rmik of the Army provided by : Justice of the Peace or other lirfS1
Juue 7th, 1628PROPOSALS S in said line, theS
;'1' _ four years. Should pay with the third I, resolves Congress of t're' 3d and duly empowered to administeroath1
this
begin
will be received at in the )lint*. to
,4 I carried into effect ; the County of-, in the .rt" I II
1710 t State
;!' rr : the Horses prove to have'been stolen the until the 1st of October day of March, one thousand! eight hundred October, was I this **

:\.:: t. nbove reward will be give" for the apprehension next,' for the Conveyance of the Mail and ixxvnly-ix, and to continue during .t.'ducecrundel that arrangement,] at personally of the appeared laid day, >
-, ho
': Provided That, which period 1 was a in the regiment county did tJly :
life ,
Ala. and natural 1
,.'tr l of the thief. strayed a reasonable thrice a week between Mobile his : make oath, that -, ?
by
"t. compensation will be made.EH New Orleans, in 'Steam Jiontt-lhc mail to under this act, no officer shall he entitled of the -line. ;
declaration
.
. I than the full And I: ateo: declare, thai I afterwnrdse.ceived foregoing was tubscrS,4?
within 30
to sum pay
Adkinson.JLUtle be carried from City City 10 recrive a large ,
I
and *
reputed
. d ; generally believed
; I f said line. a certificate (commonly called a to' L
and service in
hours the to commence on of I
a Captain
. _: River Monroe Co la, > ; I been ail officer in the
; Army Of
, J" .- JVili the 1st of Novemberand continue fouryea1' Sec. 2. And be further enacted, That, commutation certificate) lor a sum eqttal the lie.
. Aug 4, 188.-22-2t% of five 'tenrs' full lution, in manner as therein stated
, ., ..,;. of'I -------- whenever any of said officers has received to the anTount pay ;
, .c .,"." 1Y1' T < u 'of the United 'States, as a'pension which sum was offered by the resolve of Witnesmy hand, this -day of.

: j.i. .'U3Lt)1A5I..p. A NEW VOLUME, er money, since the third day of March, one Congress, of the 22d of March, 1783, instead in the I year-. .,

I, ",f : THK Citizens of Pen lcota 1 EMBELLISHED cURTERLWITU A.V JL-LE- thousaml eight hundred and twenty-six, ofthe half pay for life. to which I [Signed]

,'; ;.j-: and the Public are respectfully ; aforesaid, the sum sf received shall )be wan entitled tinder the resolvt of the /ivl I, -, der of the Court of ther
ill O.VNT ESG }.n G.N in the Stale ._ ..
:! ;. I of October 1780. tyor-----: of- dobce'rtify
... y : informed tint the fast sailing deducted from wirat said officer would, ,
\IIfC.I'. It:.: pilot Boat, H. B. Chamlierlain, I "i o&1k1'1 o otherwise, be entitled to, under the first A,.d.t do further declare that I have 'received that--, before whom the i"

.':::;ji1 sail: between this Port and Mobile section of thra. act ; and every pension to of the United States, as a pensioner going affidavits were sworn u-asatn

,.t w .\ regularly onr.e a week during the sum And Ladies' Literary Gazette:: which said officer is now emitted, shall since the 3d day -f March, 1826, [here time, [here insert either a Justice of IL '

.. ;..;.r.,.:.:; rcer season H. HKU< 'KMaster/ 'Devoted to the Ildlcs Lcttrcs, fine cease after the passage of this act. insert, no 'nlonc, or (as the case may be) ed Peace administer ur other Magistrate, duly -:no.'"

.I. .: ; Sec3. And be further enacted That that I havcteceived, as a pensioner ot to nathJ and duly :
:.' .: 4";.t -_________________________ Arts, JIusic, Drama, PassingEvents surviving'noncommissioned officer, the United Slates, since the 3d day of ered to administer oat in. P01' !:

....,, ,'f'.. FOR SALE. $c. fyc. fyc. every musician, or private in said army, who. March, 1828, the sum of- dollar?, paid ; In testimony whereof I have J.\ereuita '

.):.. .;' THAT pleasant and desirable PRINTED BY CIEORGE P. MOKRIS. enlisted therein for and during the war, to me by the Agent for paying pensions set my hand, and affixed the

'*'' v. .;i dwelling on Intendencia street, -- '-- and continued in its service until its termination in the State of -:] j (r.. s.) tif the said Court, this -
I'o "Here Flin'l zcuius win hit Ea;ll<* rtiifht. 2--a-, in the year_. zY
t!. j.r belonging to Major How yniinjj : knd iheieb'y became entitled to [Sigiie'lJBefore ]

."-':.; I terms, which will be made mer le "Rich Do\v-dro" paVhakinji from his piuincd ot; receiveh reward of eighty dollars tnder me, {nere inseit, Justice I [Signed] ,
.
: '. apply to Light _h _. ._ a resolve of Congress, passedfy 'fifteenth wflhe Peace, or (jthcr Magistrate i duly 115--1_ \1.,2m. .

If.f.1 Robert MitcliHl.Pensacoia i ri"itn Six-nr Vor.trrt of the Mirror was I seventeen litimi/ed ami seventy- I empowered to a'ltninister o.ilhs,] in the (CO'I)1.11JJllCl ,
.
-L: ;I July 10, 18CS-18-3'. !_ eoii.r.Venced on the TWELFTH DAY eight, shall be entitled to receive i his full county of-, in the Slate of -, personally 1j'7RL

: -- j' of.JULY. A3 the plan of embellishing1'this I i I monthly pay in Paid j-ervice, ou*. of rill) appeared;this dart -, and- THIS House larely occupicaby

:; f';; ( publication with appropriate engrav money in the Treasury not otherwise appropriated of thr siid county. who did severally, .Whiour, was epeL1iii '!
.. i1Z1VA TO
:oI"d 4r;I. ,". j I I injjs i is ur.clerstood ami believed to be altogether ; to begin on the third (1.*}' rI rnukeoaih, thht --, by whom the foregoing who Ifiih of February, by the sSbscl .i

I.J ':;: D residence "-f te ) the mot acceptable, and correspond -I Mhich, one thousand eight :'.:1dn'ti andt'entys"x I declaration WUM subscribed, i is generally ifjircffully solicits a share of ifc.T'Htronage t
THE of the Publfc.
. : iI atof the'iit'dI r better with the -finements of ar.d to contuiHe during his reputed and believed to have beenau All, which tt/tffi
.: calities alTord
shall
ce
. :: I Iscanibiv Day a Nrgro I :yicifty, and the improyji.jents I') the natural Site : P"CJ JidcJ, Tiuit n ... l.on. officer in (Ihe Army of the Revolution, studiously jfTidJ
-F' ld -mcnrhm devoted
i.. -1.(..: p.pf/1uI.II / fellow! who says he is fret I public Uhie, thin any oilier, it will be adhered commissiotifd o1i'. er, musician, or private in manner as therein stated. comfort every o/ those who will favour to the Bti2 I'I'a ;

h'': _.: and has hi cd hisiiscli'as to. The generous ironaje bestowed !. in soil rll'whu i is now on the Witness my hand, this day of-, with a preference. theIk
t
. '. '::t. such : calls him self. upon the work, added to numerous -f Ikind pension j htt L'fiie'United Slates, shall b III the year -_ An excellent Billiard Table. .
., '!a. : evidences of liberal sentiments and t'n'.illed to tire bciirfin of th.s; act. rsigl1t'd] the establishment ftlt2p.i-'-- R

.. :: 7f-.. Jm J i" I I' J t 1 1 rp11 Cb..t .j feeling% *, emanating_from persons of f Sec. 4. Arid lie ii further enacted, That I, -, Clerk ot- tUe Court of tlie County building will contribute, occupying to a Sfpal1lt t .

-.:' t .J'" [ both sexes WhO are asiKe hrtinguisijcti the pay allowed b) this act shall, ijffidcr 'or' -. in'tlllState of-, do hereby out interfering with the amuseme&twit \ .

..::'..:'..::ri; find says he has lived in Washington City, )j for their ittainmerts in polite literal: e, the direction of the Secretary I.fdle 1'fea- certify, that -, before whom the foregoing quiet of the,Houie, and private good order m f

? ."io'?': > find at the Indian. Springs in (Jeogia. |I :4 d I for their knowledge of the fine arts. sury. be paid to the Officer fAS' Soidier'cn- affidavits were worn, was, at the be always accommodated with parting

'::.' Said Negro, is very hl4Ck, five feet bix faro{ powerful incentives to the most pcrrsexrring -- titlt-d thereto or to the1:' H1thiorized attorney tinie, a [here insert, Justice of the- si1tinroom. a d l i .

1;:;. r if. or eight inches highnd his n scaron '|I e'r.irt* to deserve a reward and tit such places and d/ys as the Seirt- Peace, or other Magistrate, duly empov I Iered Tncre u on the premises, one of tht

:..: : t.:. the left cheek. lie wishes to goto the ;'distinction so };ratifying.Ve tar} may direct ; and tiut no tdreignL'Wi U administer o.illn,] and duly em- I I Stables iu the place, where Horses sLa
.iii4 fc'orth as soon :is the month for which ; \ arc fluttered both with the .
I | gTLt.atIy L'Wi be entitled to said pay; .ivr powered to administer oaths.in -itricily attended to.

,.;"J ,-I.*...:'i'.. have hired hun is completed ; IMJJ, :.s 1 j number and character iARNItij
.-'.'; ; .: think) he is a runaway, I syl'! endeavor ;:: "We could tlllmCI'atc I s:,me, until he fuVnitli to said Secretary? s;:'t ny hand, and utHxed the seal .

r,.. ..th:'' Jo hire him for a 1 longer period, to gi' C h'::, :: Ha1V- who rank amoni. tiic f r-ji in (Ru'I s !ti:fitdllj'j' evidence !hat he i; entitled to [t.S.1 thothe said court, this day r 4:
.7 I
t.. .' fcxrner an opportunity to jrH him.Andrew : : country fur c"lb:1I1r leanit,:, ;HK; It ilie :,,.UI"',_ 1:1 ctmJormity? to the provisions (ii.-, in the year Hoard pei- Month, : 25

:t.;.fV. .. P. Simpson.Pensacoia : :hdllw our pi !deiti.il pleasure > o tuini- I of lhs tci, ,x the (,;t) ;lo\vt'a! by this act I'i I g ud) t r nay Boarders, 20 ",

':; 't. I 25ih I July J I 1S28-UOtf.r ;; them jib a woik which shhH ,:.V.lrue to I thnll! lint ill all) \vy be "Transferable ((B.) 1 1)i1Iir 75 ,,

: '.",' nH'ritH..r protection; :t::d Ktvcr.r. hujependcnMy iiablf* to attachment, It..ir ei/ure, 0 r Breakfast or Supper ,
I } Form :1,1-
fiirlamtion
: be mcide the
} :! I of a to by a 2
: '
: (- .. EA-STOUKS o. the voluntary tid, s-o 'any .l.a! but shall Horses j
,
"r .: &c. gentI .i processvli.i'eer I .1\'IJ-("' >iimtsi tntd Officers, .Musician*, per day 1 25 ,
: ., ninHE Subcriberltajut received I i frit i sly hr.it 2>.v'd, :tnxi ':u \tiy ;icccp'ihlo, ''c'i:! -f- i ii-i'.j: Ij' to the personal( benefit of ohio! J'iiTiilta.l'orthe per mouth 20 .

: ,', ..-t:' JBL Elizabeth froui' Xv Ol'lealls-m per' j we; tii--c: lr oppurtuiiit cl S suym. ll1'ft ::: vFje OiC'I-T or SWdier enTitieu to lt'c aarne purpose of obtaining; the bene- _Pensacolm. }hrllar} 20'Ti.F. l 8.4NLSBI.1'

.:;J: \\ : hl\ ,' I'iic..j4'cd the PCI:3 ui s><'/:1'i I i|! !IJ} lliii act, I fi.
"i kiug his assortment of ,SVa M.nacr : (IfII art for the rdief certain surviving Ii.
- ...: i sL gentlemen who I well !known in'i lli-- .
y j ; vre : I'
c"erliplete : i Sec. "i. .:'Bni Se further exacted, Th'itI I. officers anti soldiers of the Army of ,
. .iI': II h cr.lljH .-!.:, and vhoaip "-liu-ui/t.i, %nnie i iI I leave to inform i his Fi-leadi ]
I at
: Macnroni in baskets so inirh: .siivi pay as accrued by the iI i: tile lu'V< lution, approved on the I5h BUGS

;. jlr't Vernncclh in l uxc. I pu'madul'llll11part new jint lo :I: pro\ -.kins of this act, before the third day j. ma) 182d, 1 -, of-, in the county Customers, that he has :
'
*. ] the fI tHlI' r-Tof ihe I.k. \ I'I'I commenced
S \v \ -. Illt'Ie. business !
; pt i 1 I at his Old
"
(;ru'ere cheese ot NT I'-ch, eighteen: hundred. and twentye {'t ot--, in the Stale of-, do hereby Sti
M'. ..:.. I'atte tin.linisins ; lore fcei the 1'tillt! u t"i\II f'cnV! : il ltti11t !I ; shall he the' Ofilcers and where he has for sale a guoJwtneut '
' {,"rl ;se ( paid to I j It dtcUrf, that I eniisted in the Continental very
i i'.Iiatj : 0\11' O"Ct ( d.illl.liI ; \ Ui : I ofFresli .
\ lJnI4.
". l : '
.
; Prune, Almonds t t Soldiers cnlitl lo the bam**, as on as I j Line of the Arn.y of the Involution for I
lliose which ii dcu thl-II'l '
\
H'rj., li&rnpaigneVine j' ridv :|: mtv: iI v, :n lt mdl'nfr and under the pioloiouj and during the war and conlinued in its.sivce Sf Seasonable p
to. .....'. 'I I'I'e beg to rC;llll'.J. :! e i t' ,'.d', tit the i icopperplate ': I Goods
J\imilv }'J \ before mentioned and I the
I'-' It all r : ; pay < 'o ttnul its termination at which
; Received
.
. .: .\: !Ih do halfbbls. I : engtt'* "*' '.?'- > ::.ir-s sv of a i iI j I I: wind( shall accrue it'hll ail ;!ay, shall be I I period I was a {Sergeant, Corporal Mu- I York and by the latest arrivals froYr'
i .tIll :If.i. Philadelphia.
i
: ;> >lIpel1ol'l\.llId. ot lli s:1.e-:
I
jI..IJ
SaX-liT, Coffee Salt Pork 'Mi'l i-enii-annually, in like ma.tncr: and
Mc.an 1'riviile the
; dri j: or us case may be.) m and
3,33
: and 4 Point .
ire Blankets
- :; r. vn .ccute I1" < .ltM n.osti.kiilttil '
Mackerel], Nu. 1, and under the same I 's
No. I provisions.I I Captain Company, in the -
: :;.: 2'I it: Lists, (.*--I"essllJO"llll'J tivi'lc. and I JI I I .' I regiment 7.4 and 8-4 Striped Dufficld Bknteg
: t .
Superior (os11t n Uutit-r j ji A. iViSONpr.eaker I II of the line. And 1 also deIt.re
1 bale I'
;. :,.40;. Hest I diiinot be Jirociiivd in flU! othf. j superior Heavy IVhitnerda
Cincinnati of'lsc llou cl t (li .'
entered Hams >c II'c i,. that I afterval tis received certifi-(
iJ Middling Itacon &c. S. i.\ilTilT j
I rte f'(8lie reward cf dollar
eighty
to
I !bk 1 i Blue and
' ol' black
\, platesthe ijiiautity matter conlaineii imperial clotij
."... ",' Julius P'sc } the \sIII added !j: Vrestdefit; c'.e' Sci.1:'*, pro tempore. : winch I was t'lltitlei.lnder a re 'oh e ufClr.grt.i nd mist cass4meres
the
,
I y. roi to ol the satinetls
quality 3i
4_. : loll Appro\'ccl-lh: '1.-. :f3:8. I II ed ;
I ) the 15lh of
,
> 1778.
. .IJoJi. T'cnaicola 1 Cf.lh.1 and the lal II pas May, I ed
'. f Ftv.l33U.ff. i pap T, jjtm I style of the extcuiio QL.'l.V.V ; super super and cr.mmOD.J
f I JOHN ; .\n.\ IS. I And I further i declare, that I :
was nOIoll j
t. i"I" ;' ):. it isoy far I'te cheapccl :titjI.c- prints; 7-8 and 4-4 Irish linens; lr "
.
." :;.",1.. LAND AGENCY. ,! III lie United Stile.. V. oik& ol a himilarcharacter 'IUE.iU1LY 1)n-rMLvr, t I the fif.eenlh day of ')arcIi, Ic28, on the |I: lawns ; dimities ; super 6-J fAacyg ;

; :I.J, publislitd in Grc.it liiilum dthdiigh ;\!oi} 2B. 1i2. S I 1'ensiou List ut the Uniletl Stutes. ham whit, -
'. ,., t. ju'cribers! liuvc op'-nc-l an of ; yellyu. red and green
. t. 1"11 lice for the purchase ;nd sale of I ) bouitviliiliy MJioiU-il\ are much The Act (for the rrlieC of certain Before [Signed nels ; black and Colored bombtprinted f ,
t me, -, [here iiwrt cither
sUf\'h'n;
1 :. Lands i more expeni\c ; in instances, v.e Oilicer.ai.ll f-oldieis of the bombazetts and .
at St. An usl'me, in ) luftjse formerly u.any Salisbury .
., .':-,':" occupied ti\ Coi.! .'errmlt:1t tiff hepotilh I bliev: tlu-y amount lo nearly$ double the H ,.. lUt t till." ajjpruve'l: I On the lolh day .Justice of thr I'ence, or other Magistrate, ncls ; spool cotton, assorted ; cottnb21 ..

: ,: west cornel 'of ihr : j! price ot this j-iuriiai. ul :.lay, JH'23, (of \\ hicli the foivgoinfc is ? f.'duly erRpMH-ert-d 'to administer oaths,) in beavcrteens, linen cambrics; a f.

h" '. : publicqtl:4re, 5 To tIiIe WOO wish 5: cop! ) will be: earned: IMIU efl'eet under the County ol-- in the SUte. utfeISODPIUy -. hdkf-i
. A1.!\
. ..;: \\herc persons dcbirm; to :iccompli ,I h either nuv mu'e !) to i j ; Karoge !hdkfs; black ltaian.cV! ,
: ::1.. purchase or sulrs of!. leal 1 e&trite; undeis'.aiul the character t f tne xvork end I j the rullm'ing1'egul.1tiolls: : apped, Ibis day, _, and flounced robes ; gingham dc,SPldra6 .
. '"F H.re to their J >ach OHicer claimingutuleh the act -, of'tke said county, wilo did severally .
54 requested lcva tu5v! ronmucfds.: t 4 commence subscriptions 011 the j' make patent threads, Hussit diapers, plu ,
':'. .;; of \\ill tranSIIi: (I. the of the oath that ---'-, by0 horn the luuired .
,
. A long residence in the '(lel'l'Itrwr of 1 opening i* J'o. W \ULOII., perhaps it is Secretary book muslins, Madras and Ksnia ft

::. : :;1 1'lorids, IIAS enabled the buborribcrs! to i proper U> say, .".Il amor.g a variety of 0-1 Tte.'isury a T"cclaMtion, :tccordiig to the foregoing declaration \\M subscribvd, isgenerally hdkfs.! comp'y flags, figured ct
.
i lie form hereunto annexed, marked ,t. and reputed and believed to bare )
..y. become intimately acquaintedith \ I' biibjetis, ii embraces the following : dresses ; white, brown and mixed
RCMI- been
; i. an officer in thc
.. 1y all the individual claims to Uud, in \Ii.! i CutuiNAl. MOIIAL TAL1S-'J\.u'! h'cti- each 11011.-Cummi\sitmod Oj-r, Musli-iun, I lution Army of .the Hc'uI ; white and mixed worst'lamb's
in
-: district, as well as to their titles, location tious, or louucicd: t n events of rval life, in and 1'rtvate, accordiiig TO the form marked nianuer as therein staled.Wflneas wool do ; fine linen hose I'lalfhnse
.;! ; the United H, accompanied by the oarh of two my hand, this day' o.f-,
of
America.lli.viE re-
,fe tunlitie! ?, and relative aiie. And tin-in: I Elates: in the while and black cotton do., lead '
creasing s-ofj/ubhcatiuns spertalilc: witne.sic'S as to his identity.which year and black!
applications ihttdf, for information Foiv-ign and worsted do. plain andcc.aks a'JI.'Cji"
I 1)otiiestic.OILIGINAL. o.itn is to be taken before a Ju.-tice (Signed]
II :
Jl furniture
c\ery put of the United States check, bed-ticb'ty
rf the Peace other I, -, Clerk of ihe Court of the
Ess..us-un or Magistrate, duly Count -
literature
1erfine
more especially, respocting sugar e.statfi, I moials, of ; cotton shirting, oil I clotuV.
in
has induced 'tlat-In to believe, that an establishment J hlstnr) \'t>\ ai es, travels, American antiquities empowered' lo ftfnjlstculths in the that -; the State of-, do certify bombazines, fancy belt riuhonj*, bla-! .
before
Ihvtint* arts Jkc. Sate or Ieirtory in which he resides, whom the foregoingaf white .
ufthis kind, could be I't;: ja. satin and niantua do .5.4Iras-M
r cd I-V. and authenticated under the heal of the fidavits were sworn, was, at the time, a- ,
useful to lilt public.All lAtr. CCAUACTKU-education, manners .nrr M-4 damask, brown IlIlel1s;supcr -
'. .: orders directed to them, for copies beaUty, and ell ess. Court of the County in which the: oath ---"- [Justice of the Peace or as the case and \-J.ite, plaid and striped, k1ip.4

. ... of ANnu'N HIOGIIAI'IIY \V:S administered, as shuwn in the &tdforms. may be,) aud duly empowered to Hdminis-
historical printed sliawid antl hdkfs printed\Y
surveys
. lIf
map plans well
;
,, ': KS as otheV .. .. | ter oaths. i
; intorm\ion, on the above subject wall be e\Cllt.'S or Ute lives oi .sucn persons of I too shawls,fancy silk dresses,imnj twJ.1
i::: .:'r, furnished without both have become I la tcdt.ttiony whereof I have hereunto linen linen
as
delay. Letters sexes, celebrated Each Officer will also gloves tapes lssishUt4
transmit
, <;. paid directed to the Land sJgei.cyt}pust St. for their heroism, virtue fortitude, talc nts, I mission if in existence and attainable his com-and i I j'I ft. Met my hand dud affixed the seal of milPd drab cloth; blut, & red slrOUl4.J
s. the said
]
i. :: ,; &C.LvTL1I court thisthiy of
.jugvsrinrill receive due atteution. patl'ioll, I tach ALSO,
$, non-commissioned Ofiicer, Musician i I j I in the year .
'.w JOHN ii.i: W1..LUMS, I AllY iNTXLUUKNej:-or notices ol and I'm'ate, his discharge which documents [Signed) i 4 ca< saddlery, assorted 5
'k' WILLIAM II. I flCW puolicatioi)3.'IiixDuAMA I after 9 casts Ur wster's hats assorted ft
ILtI SIMMONS, being registered. will b C.
, 4".;, FRANCIS J. TAT1O. -compiising' btriclures on i returned. If the commission or ( ) ties
discharge
'1&:u. '; Dec. 27th, I82r.--.14-tf I tile New-York .static.DksuLTpitr I I IJH* been lost or destroyed* he will trani- Fcrm of a Power of Attorney.Know 5 trunks fine ready made cJothi f.;

: ":,.:of':;' Heferenccs ; SEtEeTJo-witl1 I occasional mil such other evKlencfe a he may possessor all Men by these Presents that 12 trunks ladies' and gentImefl ,

,l "f.-. Col. Jos. AI. \\ bite, remarks.A can obtain, corroborative of ihe statements I I {, -, of-, in life county of -*-, in and shoes f'jChil

- &:;, Delegate lro.il Florida > u'lIu.J' :hunjorou?, literary, historical set forth in his declaration.If the State of-, dcr hereby constitute rens' and boys' shoes; bro i .-
=
,:t -11; 3>Ir. Henry S. Tanner, Philadelphia l, &c.PLss1o. the evidence and appoint -, my true and lawful attorney Soal leather, calfskins, shoe tbreJl
fI : EvtNTS transmitted, taken in with a cf substitution 25
f Doctor Brush, New York OrTut TlMES.POETHY power for kegs Virginia Tobacco !
I connexion with that Afforded by the 'pub .me, and in 5 boxes do. \
; Bernard E. Bee my name, lo receive from the superior cavendish j jI
' Charleston --original and selected lic records [
Ht
I ; Washington, be found satis
United
: : Mr. James Williams II States, the amount of pay now due Hardware :\'e.
;; Baltimoie. t: :
the
factory, I
amount of .
with two
,
': : Together many other n.iscei lae- years' full pay, to me, under the act for the relief of Certain 'J .J % !
)' ; Madeira Winrs OilS subjects[ \\hicli it \vouldle! unnecessary at the rate to which the Ufticcror SoldieKivah surviving oncers and soldiers of therevoltttion.ap : Pen, pocket, gportsinen and :.t,
Cordials 'C. tnfitlcd, to his a knives knives and forks, caVefr
.( :, LOW to enumerate.Having according rank in the : proved 15th ;
; Schr. Orleans from line, at the close of the tfar Iuy,1826.lfr28)) : and tr. Henning's best l1ee&Icfr. .
the ys ;
per or at time {
in
:t. Rj-cElV procured a ncxv font of type for AS a the- regiment of the r
:, the purpose, we shall Occasionally present of his; reduction, (cs tne case raayjlbe,) birf,t tine of the army of the evolution. ers and trays, plated spur, .p .f'
4 : 10 cases superior Old London Particular in no instance. exceeding the fcirpenteB tools I shofefnateri P1 It
f,,: our readers with such M.W riiccts OF MUSIC full-pay of Witness my hand and seal, this I "ltI
,
.) .: Madeira >"". as may deserve, ot: uccount of the a Captain of the Continental Line will be I day of-, inthe'ear- I rier'sdo., stock locks, pidlo&Jiand i 0V
.
!r!f. 10 II Old Port Wire. beamy of their composition to be transmitted to him, Ht the place of his re- Sealed tod delivered in > I: tongs, kettles, sauce paDS :.t -
10 II Cherry Brandy preserved sidence after deducting therefrom : cards &c & ;
Sup r'ior. in our pages.Ve conclude I the the presence ofSigned c.Pensacob )
;: O .. Cordial*, first quality assorted in remarking, that so far.s we have com-by amount of'any pension which he may [ ] j Dec. 7th 18273I r
h I I have received from [L. s.] _
. the cases 1 doz. each. the United States
m.ii'd of mean.1;, the Mirror shall Before
:
be m.ade me, -, a Justice of
f 20 Wine IJittcrs. Ito I since th<5 3rd day of March, 1B26. Hem3y in the Fe-tce I railiK Subscriber has just reCcti J
equal to similar in the of a
any periodical fcuronr county in'the
State of
i .
.I 1 tt. 5 Demijohn superior old Holland Gin. .I hcrvi'evcr, authorize any- otli------ n.1"QnnJ ._... this I. JL Elizabeth. For ytl1, from' 1 |8f
personally *
*
' ; to receive it for him appeared day, -, whose assortment, .
2 Barrels Cherry Bounce. j in which. case, he name is subscribed to the lean, a very large tOh1"'4.

f: ing to the annexed acknowledged the .3'
form slock
nd Cinnamon Cordials. mlrtced C, which- :- tr\ .
:i MinnorrIs published Sltur"day same to be his act and deed.
I i. For Sale byF. for the proprietor every must be acknowledged before a Justice Witness hand this Chumpaigne Wine, in U.lSke : 25
; Daniel
by Fansliuw of the Pence, or other my day of- \
superiordo.
at No. 163 William-street. Mnristrate, Hn<* in the I --<**. I cacu.arrantcu i-I':
It is year 20
r(! H. Nislict authenticated under the nealof the Court p I BranJy of IS7inte
; PenncolaDc2OIS27.S3iit printed in the royal Ql1 1o form on finc : of the County, in the (Signed]
../.. paper, with bourgeois and brevier same manner ash *, "_- ?*, c'frk' of the Court qflhe County Currants
type. -
-- -- -- '- : already prescribed in
,:' i' regard to der.lam- PonchongTo
Fifty-two numbers of ----- in the _
State
complete of 0re
a volume do
tions. hereby
1t +1 1OUA1ltU. I of bur hundred and sixteen royal quarto I! any such But attorney no payment, until will he be has made made to certify, that -**-; ; befoie whom the fore- Prunes Raisins, very fre:U }f\ ,

a : UIJSCl'm ci liasiorileM !I pages, fur which IHF.OAVT N&UAVE0VioXKTii. i oath, to the Suing power of attorney was acknowledged ?
icpur according -
annexed form Almonds f .
D ,
1'\U is a Justice of .,
t. bigi boilers, ay u sample Irom tilt \I Inlll 1 I T'U.Ild a copious in that the pay winch he authorized the Peace. Medoc of 180Tiuicafoosa )
to Claret
re
(dex are g'aeu. In .,..
; uciojy, jud c-i supply *ny iuaclii) j I lieve is intended to enure who 1to the testimony whereof, 1 have hereuntoset HyeVliiskry; +

:' t% to oirier. 1' ii. Ktti $;.. Tne terms are FOUR vottLiisferaTftiUm. personal hencfil of the Officer or Soldier my hanj" and affixed the seal Goshen Butter

k PencoIa, Dec, 74h, 18i.T-;> -lf.r I PAVAPLEX ADVANCE. tvliose attorney he ;sIt EL. 6.J of the si idf conrt, this day cf do: Cheese *
in .
It i is forwarded by the earliest ml\ils- is requested that} all letters to the the j'ear --v r. Heefin i bbls. for family iise ,.

L :itT1: Go, unlets olhciwi.e directed to all subscribcrft Secretary of the Treasury the subjects, (D.) With aft additional supply f; .".'

with : iiing'beyondhe.: City ')1 New York. I may. be endorsed on the cover, "Revolu Form of Affidavit to be taktfi by At. hard ware Glass ware & Que iy
r X.rruttd. ncatmss .' J ,7 I
aat ; :Spatt.h dj3: Subscriptions received at the Ulliceof : tionary CI' ." torneys. Sold Law for Ca .1z. .f f I'j
this t'Jicc.' T P'eSC t I',\
tne-1'eniacoh Gazette. Hicbard Ish. Before. me, -, Justice of the Peace, .1. ., : ..
I I' '',.' "'
m the cyun'.r of- -r fir trie Hfr of I H1'Q' '"
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